This live event has finished
- Just when it seemed over, when it seemed river levels in Worcestershire were about to peak came more bad news. The Met Office extended its rain warning into this area.
- Oh, well. That means another day of terrific photos to feast your eyes on.
- Here's another day of flooding, as you saw it.
- Email your pictures to email@example.com
That's it for today.
Thanks, again, to all our contributors.
More updates on this site tomorrow.
The Malvern Hills reflected in floodwaters. By Paul Savage.
The river Severn by night. By Paul Savage.
Sundown in the Avon Valley. Levels still high as water is held back by the Severn. pic.twitter.com/ZmNx6R81m1— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) January 7, 2014
More boarding exploits, this time on Worcester Racecourse.
Swans at South Quay, Worcester, by Andrew Robinson
Feeding time by Lesley Ablewhite
Swans at South Quay, Worcester, by Emily Seale
The Severn at Barbourne, Worcester, by Steve Crawford
View from the Ketch, Worcester, by Ann Cowley
Floodwater at Diglis by Chris Evans
These are some pictures taken by Worcester News over the last few days. It's the first chance I've had to share them.
River Severn at night by Gill Peters
And a fun side...
This is what Christopher Ritson said about this video:
"This a great clip I took when I was near the river Severn in Worcester.
"By pure chance, when I called into town and saw someone about to reel in some rope using a generator/engine, it just happened to have a water skier attached to the other end. Out came the iPhone and here is the video:"
But there's a funny side to it all too..
Flood life. pic.twitter.com/TJlx75DV19— James Watkins (@jimmywotko) January 7, 2014
Be careful out there. Driving through floodwater can be extremely dangerous.
Down the road at Tewkesbury the hams are well under water.
Support your local shops
As the flooding continues it is important to remember that Worcester, and other riverside towns such as Upton and Tewkesbury, as still very much open and accessible.
Local traders rely on your business, so please don't let them down by staying away.
Praise from highest level for our hard-working Environment Agency teams.
Meanwhile, back at Powick...
Over 50 tons of debris against Powick bridge, including dead sheep. Rising river hampering progress pic.twitter.com/pghC6CRav6— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) January 7, 2014
Still high at Stensham.
Clearing the blockage is like an enormous game of ker-plunk! pic.twitter.com/6QFzNh8RRT— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) January 7, 2014
Problems at Powick as a huge raft of debris accumulates under the bridge.
With more rain forecast we're trying to clear massive blockage on river Teme at Powick pic.twitter.com/4FyDVv9seI— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) January 7, 2014
Hopefully, the worst is over for Evesham.
And it got worse...
Even the Environment Agency's doughty floods maestro Dave Throup was sensing more trouble on the horizon.
Overall situation stable and no major issues expected However, models now suggesting a new 20-40mm of rain Wednesday night Assessing impacts— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) January 7, 2014
A not-so-cheery start to the day from the Worcester News
WORCESTERSHIRE is in for an unsettled week, with winds and rain to continue until the weekend.
Although conditions are set to improve slightly, the county will remain somewhat damp for some time, with more wintry weather set to make an appearance.
Despite this, it is thought that rivers in the county will have peaked today.