Flood warnings and flood alerts remain in place across Wiltshire after Storm Isha brought more heavy rain and strong winds to the county.

An 'act now' flood warning was issued near Wiltshire for the River Lambourn, north of the M4 between Swindon and Newbury, on Monday, January 22.

This adds to warnings that were already in place for the Upper Avon Valley near Amesbury and the Bourne Valley near Salisbury.

Flooding of roads and properties remains a possibility at all these locations.

Two flood alerts have also been issued for the River Avon, with the affected area stretching from Bradford on Avon, through Melksham and Chippenham, up towards Malmesbury.

Swindon Advertiser: A map of flood alerts and warnings in and around WiltshireA map of flood alerts and warnings in and around Wiltshire (Image: Gov.UK)

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Further rainfall on Sunday night has increased the risk of flooding in these areas, with the road at Reybridge most at risk.

Residents have been warned to avoid low lying footpaths and any bridges near local watercourses and should not drive through floodwater.

Other locations where flood alerts are in place around Wiltshire include the River Churn and its tributaries at South Cerney, the Upper Og Valley, the Upper Aldbourne Valley, the River Kennet from Berwick Bassett to Newbury and the Salisbury Plain area.

Heavy rain is not forecast to continue throughout Monday, with sunny intervals and strong winds expected in North Wiltshire and Swindon.