Rain and flood warnings remain in place across Gloucestershire, with another day of relentless heavy downpours on the cards today.
The Met Office has issued yellow rain warnings for the whole day - meaning people should be aware of potential disruption.
The picture gets no better later in the week, with Friday, Saturday and Sunday all forecast to bring unrelenting heavy rain. Tomorrow, however, should be relatively dry.
It doesn't bode well for the county's rivers, which still have flood alerts in place.
A more severe flood warning is still on the River Severn at Severn Ham, with alerts on the stretch from Tewkesbury to Gloucester.
The rivers Wye, Leadon, Lyd and Cinderford Brook all have alerts too.