Pennerley in Shropshire saw the most rain in the UK yesterday according to the Met Office.
The Pennerley area saw another 40mm of rainfall adding to the total this week which has seen around four to six inches of rainfall recorded in some parts of the county.
The River Severn through Shropshire is currently on Flood Alert.
Yesterday flood defences were deployed in the Frankwell area of Shrewsbury as a precaution. A peak at the Welsh Bridge gauge of 3.2m to 3.7m is expected on Friday evening. In Buildwas a peak of 4.5m to 5.0m is expected on Saturday morning.
Flooding is affecting low lying land and roads adjacent the river from Shrewsbury to Upper Arley. Other locations that may be affected include Coalbrookdale, Ironbridge and Bridgnorth.
The River Severn at the Showground and The Quarry, Shrewsbury, River Vyrnwy at Maesbrook and Melverley is currently on a Flood Warning.
The Severn Vyrnwy Confluence, Rea Brook and Cound Brook, Tern and Perry Catchments, Upper Teme and The River Dee Catchment in England from Whitchurch to Chester are on Flood Alert.
All 220 miles of the River Severn are now on flood Alert as heavy rainfall continues to raise levels.— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) June 12, 2019
Low lying land and roads will be affected.
Levels similar to “normal” winter flooding – in the middle of June!
Stay #floodaware pic.twitter.com/0ufItcWa3K
Don’t get caught out!— Env Agency Midlands (@EnvAgencyMids) June 13, 2019
If you are driving in and around #Shropshire today, please be
aware of flood areas. Only 30cm of water is enough to float your vehicle, do
not take the risk and attempt to drive through flood water. #Flooding#Floodaware pic.twitter.com/S09BXqbs5a
Today: Morning rain will clear slowly eastwards allowing sunny spells and scattered showers to develop for the afternoon. Feeling rather cool underneath the cloud and rain but temperatures recovering somewhat later in the day. A high of 16C.
Tonight: Showers will gradually die out through the evening to leave a largely dry night with scattered cloud. Further showers then expected to arrive from the southwest by dawn on Friday. A low of 8C.
Friday: Early cloud and rain or showers will gradually yield to a mixture of sunny spells and scattered, occasionally heavy, showers for the afternoon. A high of 17C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday: Staying unsettled this weekend and on Monday, with a mixture of sunny spells and showers, some heavy and thundery in places. Temperatures recovering to nearer average over the weekend.