The Met Office has issued a weather warning for North Somerset following thick fog which has descended across Weston-super-Mare today (Thursday).
Gritters will be out in force tonight (Monday) with temperatures in Weston-super-Mare expected to drop below freezing.
Two Weston-super-Mare schools which were closed today (Tuesday) following flooding are set to reopen tomorrow (Wednesday).
The popular Somerset attraction is closed for the rest of the week due to the recent bad weather brought on by Storm Angus.
Water is being pumped from the Locking Castle area today (Tuesday) to protect homes.
Torrential rain has meant several roads are flooded and some schools will not open today (Tuesday).
Flooding in Hutton is continuing to worsen and has now spread to at least two homes in the village, which is near Weston-super-Mare.
A video taken from a car dash cam shows just how bad flooding has become in Hutton this afternoon (Monday).
Flooding is proving a problem for motorists and home-owners all over Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding villages this afternoon (Monday). Follow our live blog for the latest news from affected areas and road closure information.
Cars are continuing to try to get through a flooded road in Hutton this afternoon (Monday), despite police warnings to avoid the area.
Police are urging people to avoid flooded roads, which are causing delays on public transport in and out of Weston-super-Mare this morning (Monday).
A car dash cam shows how flooded roads in North Somerset’s villages were this morning (Sunday).
The Met Office has warned of possible flooding in and around Weston-super-Mare, with heavy rain forecast to continue.
Heavy rain over the past few days has taken its toll on roads in and around North Somerset, where there has been some flooding.
Weston-super-Mare and North Somerset has been told to brace itself for strong gales today (Thursday).
A flood alert has been put in place covering Weston-super-Mare, Burnham-on-Sea and many of the surrounding areas.
Passengers travelling from Bristol Airport today (Monday) are facing delayed and cancelled flights due to fog.
Drivers’ visibility could drop to just 50m overnight due to dense fog in North Somerset, the Met Office has warned.
A flood alert has been issued for parts of the Somerset coast today (Monday) close to Weston-super-Mare.
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