Picture by John Wilson Manager of the pub Raluca Avram said part of the car park was flooded, “But the pub is still accessible and I have still got customers.” Further afield, in Minety a 60-metre stretch of the road at Moor Corner turned into a river due to flash flooding.
Resident Nigel Price said: “We can't get out of the house.
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A flood warning has also been issued for the River Ray due to the heavy rainfall.
A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: "Property flooding is not currently expected.
DRIVER faced miserable conditions in and around Swindon today as rain continued to fall with Dorcan Way now having been closed.
Yesterday the Met Office issued a yellow 'be alert' warning for rain valid until 9am today but has now extended that until 10pm, saying further heavy showers will occur across some central and southern parts of England.
"However, there is still some uncertainty over exactly where these will develop and most places will not experience these slow moving intense showers."We are not aware of other roads that need to be closed but we are closely monitoring the situation."We have staff out at the moment checking on river levels which appear to be okay and other potential problem areas on the road networks.There is only one entrance or exit to Coate and the Spotted Cow pub and this water blocks it.You'll definitely need wellies.” Flooding at Coate today.
There will be some sunshine around and temperatures will be in the high teens giving it a humid feel." Mr Keates said the weather in the South is in "stark contrast" to warm and sunny weather over western Scotland and northern England.