Despite temperatures feeling warmer than yesterday, wind is still very much present.
Conditions are very wet, caution should be taken as it may be slippery underfoot. Local roads are also starting to flood due to poor drainage, take care when driving and adjust your speed accordingly.
The lanes between Peasedown St John and Paulton have flooded, here's a video sent in to us from a dashcam:
Heavy rain will continue this morning through to early afternoon, with a short break in rainfall at 11AM.
Skies will clear up mid afternoon, with rain stopping between the hours of 3PM and 6PM, light rain resuming thereafter until the late evening.
Yellow flood warnings have been issued for surrounding areas. Take care if you are planning on travelling to Frome or Bristol areas today, flooding is to be expected here.
Slightly further afield, a red flood warning has been issued for the River Chew from Stanton Drew to the Bristol Avon at Keynsham.
The bank has now burst on the River Frome, where flood risks are high. Updates on this as we get them.
This means that properties are at risk of flooding. The government say that residents should monitor local weather and river conditions.