More severe weather warnings have been issued for Gloucestershire.
Rain should hold off over most of the county today, but it will be cloudy and very cold.
While temperatures will not creep above 4 degrees, Celcius, the northerly wind will mean the 'feels like' temperature will hover around freezing or just above for most of the day.
Heavy rain will return to Gloucestershire tomorrow from the afternoon,and driven by a strong wind, disruption and flood risk means a yellow warning has been issued for the county by the weather service.
Flood warnings are still in force. The Environment Agency has warnings for the River Severn, including places such as Severn Ham in Tewkesbury and Apperley and The Leigh.