Good morning. We are running a live page today to keep you up-to-date on the latest news on the floods in Worcester and the surrounding area.
06:18 Record levels
The current river level at Worcester is 5.67 metres, the previous high was 5.64 metres which was measured in July 2007.
The typical river level range for this location is between 0.55 metres and 3.35 metres.
06:20 Barrier overspill warning
Forecasters are predicting more severe storms today and the Environment Agency is warning that floodwater in Worcester could spill over barriers for the first time.
Sleety showers could move into Worcestershire later, although we could also see some sunshine.
We're looking at a top temperature of 6C (43F).
06:36 'Unbelievably high'
The River Severn was "unbelievably high" yesterday afternoon, according to local resident Stan Hill.
This picture was taken near the Diglis Hotel in Worcester.
06:42 Road closures
BBC Travel News has the latest on road closures in Worcester which includes:
- North Parade from the Worcester Bridge junction to the A44 Dolday junction
- Worcester Bridge from the A443 Hylton Road junction to the North Parade junction
- Tybridge Street between the A44 St John's junction and the A443 Hylton Road junction
- Hylton Road between the B4206 Henwick Road junction and the Worcester Bridge junction
- Croft Road between the Castle Street junction and the A44 Dolday junction
- Castle Street between the A38 Foregate Street junction and the Croft Road junction
06:52 Shuttle bus started
Worcester's shuttle bus is already up and running this morning.
Worcestershire County Council says: "We've done a test run and we can start earlier than we planned."
06:58 Caravan rescue
Hereford & Worcester Fire Service has been busy overnight. Among the call outs they rescued five people from static caravans in Kempsey.