A weekend of heavy rainfall during three storms that followed in quick succession - Dudley, Eunice and Franklin - have swollen river levels, particularly on the Severn.
While the winds that toppled trees and caused other damage have abated, it's now flooding that's the main cause for concern.
The River Severn is pushing against flood barriers in several West Midlands towns, with severe 'danger to life' flood warnings issued in Ironbridge and Bewdley.
We've been bringing you the latest updates live from across the region throughout the day.
Read more from updates around the region:
Roads closed and trains disrupted by floods
Shrewsbury town centre businesses hopes turn to recovery, but river levels remain high
Bewdley residents evacuated as river levels continue to rise
'Dire' flooding situation in Bridgnorth as river levels continue to rise
Ironbridge residents defying requests to leave their homes
'Multiple washouts' along railway line in Mid Wales
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