We and other partner agencies have been issuing advice and guidance to the public on different aspects of flooding during the week.
Here is a round up of some of the key information for Herefordshire residents.
Information on flooding and flood risk
The Environment Agency provides information on flooding and flood risk as well as issuing flood alerts and warnings at environment-agency.gov.uk/flood.
Additional information about flood risk and flood prevention in Herefordshire is provided on our website at www.herefordshire.gov.uk/floods.
West Mercia Police has a summary of all sorts of information and advice related to flooding on its website.
Information on flooding and health
Public Health England is the national body providing advice and guidance on public health issues. It has a website with information about flooding and health at hpa.org.uk/Flooding. They also answer common questions about flooding and health.
Information on flooding and safety
As we are now in half-term agencies are warning about the risks of playing near flood water. West Mercia Police issued some flood safety advice on behalf of local agencies.
Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service issued information about using generators for pumping out flood water safely.
Information on weather and travel disruption
The Highways Agency is responsible for some routes in Herefordshire including the A49. They use a map to warn of delays and disruptions trafficengland.com.
Our twitter account @herefordstreets warns people if we need to grit the roads. We only grit some routes. There is more information on gritting in Herefordshire online including a map of the routes we do grit.
The National Rail enquiries website provides information about delays and disruption on the UK rail network.
The Met Office issues warnings of severe weather.