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Four flood alerts remain in place throughout Shropshire

Flooding is still possible in four areas of Shropshire despite river levels continuing to recede.

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Flooding in Bridgnorth. Photo: Kerry Roberts (keggy7)

The government has removed the county's last flood warning - meaning flooding is expected, immediate action required - in the last 24 hours.

But flood alerts - meaning flooding is possible, be prepared - are still in place for the River Severn in Shropshire, the Severn Vyrnwy confluence, the Tern & Perry catchments and the River Dee catchment in Whitchurch.

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As Shrewsbury and Ironbridge begin to recover from the devastating effects of recent flooding, the area around Bridgnorth, including Highley, Hampton Loade and Quatford, is the latest to have warnings removed.

Bridgnorth river level:

Shrewsbury river level:

Ironbridge river level:

Overcast weather is expected throughout today in Shropshire with glimpses of sun.

Scattered showers are forecast with a maximum temperature of 7C.

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