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Drenched UK faces more downpours
Richard Taylor looks at floodwater from the River Ouse as it rises to the steps of the Ship Inn at Acaster Malbis, near York
South West England and Wales are set to be battered by gusts of up to 60mph while the rest of the country is also expected to experience strong winds and further downpours.
Forecasters said trees could be brought down and already waterlogged areas could be flooded as up to 40mm of rain is predicted to fall in places.
And rain-lashed Britain shows no sign of drying up as the wet weather is set to continue into next week.
England and Wales have experienced the wettest week since December with forecasters seeing no sign of the rain letting up and supermarkets reporting soaring sales of wellies and umbrellas in the face of the deluge.
The Environment Agency has warned of the possibility of localised flooding across parts of the South West, South East and Midlands, East of England and Wales.
A spokeswoman said: "The Environment Agency is closely monitoring the forecast and rainfall particularly in Worcestershire, as the river levels are already higher than normal in the rivers Severn, Teme and Avon.
"Environment Agency officers are out monitoring river levels, checking defences and clearing any potential blockages, such as fallen branches and debris, to reduce the risk of flooding.
"Residents who live near rivers like the Severn should register for the Environment Agency's free flood warnings service and everyone can keep up to date by checking our website, calling our Floodline on 0845 988 1188 and looking out for updates on our Facebook and Twitter pages."
Tom Tobler, a forecaster with MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said: "Gusts of 50 to 60mph are sweeping across South West England, central England and Wales, which will see the worst of the windy weather. The wind will then spread north-westwards throughout the day with other areas seeing gusts of up to 40mph. There is potential for it to cause some damage. The South East will experience heavy rain this morning, but it will then ease off, with the heaviest rain in the South West, central England and Wales. It will then spread northwards."
Tuesday will also see another band of heavy rain across Wales, the Midlands, the South East and East Anglia, but the rain will be more showery in the South West.