There is no end in sight to the unsettled weather that has caused flooding across Gloucestershire, an environment expert has warned.
A two-day reprieve with largely sunny spells has been offered for the weekend but more rain is on its way from Monday.
Environment experts are on high alert for what is to follow.
Dave Throup, area manager for the Environment Agency, said: "We will be watching carefully over the next week because the levels will rise again.
"There has been a temporary lull but there is no sign of any settled weather at the moment and it is seems that it will stay that way for some time."
He added that some flood warnings for the River Severn would be removed today but others would remain in place.
More rain is forecast on Monday and throughout Tuesday, which will push up levels on the watercourses in the coming days.