Heavy rain has caused flooding on roads and dangerous driving conditions in places today (Monday, December 4).

The road between the A376 and Woodbury via Pink House Corner is closed due to floodwater.

The B3261, Trafalgar Way, has been closed in both directions from the A358 King Edward Road (Axminster) to The A35 (Kilmington) because of flooding.

Flooding also led to the closure of the A3052 Axe Bridge.

Langford Road, Honiton is impassable due to floodwater from the River Otter.

In Sidmouth, Station Road was flooded, and the B3176 between the Bowd and Alexandra Rd was closed due to flooding and debris.

A Met Office yellow warning for rain is in force for Devon until 6pm this evening.

Flood warnings have been issued for the lower River Axe from Axminster to Axmouth, affecting riverside properties and roads at Musbury, Whitford Bridge, the A3052 at Colyford and the A35 at Yarty Bridge; and the upper River Axe affecting riverside locations and roads between Winsham and Axminster, including Chard Junction, Coaxden Cottages and Weycroft.

Another warning is in place for the River Yarty, affecting riverside locations and roads between Yarcombe and Axminster, including Long Bridge, Case Bridge, Beckford Bridge and Yarty Bridge.

A flood alert, warning of possible flooding, is in place for the rivers Otter and Sid, and the Exmouth area.  The main areas of concern are Lympstone, Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Honiton, Ottery St Mary, Sidbury, Sidford and Sidmouth. River levels suggest that there will be flooding to low-lying land and roads close to rivers.

Updates on flood warnings and alerts can be found on the Gov.uk website.