The south of England has been affected by Storm Imogen.

The UK has been battered by Storm Imogen over the weekend, with flooding across the country and severe flood warnings issued for areas in the south of England. Cornwall, Devon and Somerset have been alerted to a medium risk of flooding.

Parts of Warwickshire have experienced heavy flooding, as roads have become severely flooded when a stretch of river burst its banks. Constant rain over the weekend has also led to many areas experiencing flooding on the road, with some water leaking into residential properties in Nuneaton, Bedworth and North Warwickshire.

Parts of Coventry have also been flooded, with businesses and homes experiencing flood damage after a two-foot torrent of water burst from a brook, destroying thousands of pounds’ worth of stock at a local business.

Transport has been affected in these areas, with drivers being advised to avoid certain roads due to heavy flooding. There have been numerous cases of drivers being stranded in flood water, especially in North Devon where most roads have experienced flooding.

In Cornwall, two properties have been flooded in Angarrack, and three properties in Blackwater, but no properties have been evacuated.

If you have been affected by flooding, Public Loss Adjusters can help you to be seen by your insurers first. Call 08000 434 999 if you are in need of insurance claims management.