MOTORISTS have been battling the wet weather today (Friday) - with heavy rain causing treacherous conditions on many of the county's roads. 

The Met Office has a yellow weather warning for rain in place for Herefordshire today and tomorrow (Saturday), with the Environment Agency issuing flood warnings for the river Frome and Lugg, south of Leominster. 

The A465 Hereford Bromyard road has been particularly bad, especially north of Stoke Lacy, with Rebecca Smith sharing the above video of motorists tackling the elements. 


The A4110 Canon Pyon Road has also been treacherous, especially by Adforton and Leintwardine, as has Worcester Road in Leominster. 

North of the county, the A49 Ludlow bypass has been flooded with motorists advised to avoid the area. Thankfully, the rain has relented and it is set to be much drier this afternoon. 

However, more rain is expected overnight and into tomorrow (Saturday) morning.