The army is having a meeting on Thursday to work out how they can help the Somerset Levels area, which has been badly hit by floods for weeks.
The Somerset Levels in south-west England has been affected by floods for several weeks. This photo shows flooded fields around the River Tone. The army is having a meeting on Thursday to work out how they can help people in the area.
An area spanning 28,420 acres is flooded in the Somerset Levels.
People walk past flood defences beside the River Parrett. Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that flooded rivers will be cleaned out as soon as possible.
People in the village of Muchelney have been cut off for almost a month because of flooded roads.
The only way to get in and out of the village at the moment is by boat.
Farmer James Winslade says that about 94 percent of his farmland is under water.
The flooding could get worse as more heavy rain is expected over the next few days in the area.
This picture shows debris washed up by floodwater at James Winslade's farm.