FLOOD warnings are in place across Somerset as the last remnants of Storm Dennis batter the county.

The Environment Agency (EA) has issued hundreds of warnings across the country, including some at the most severe levels, though none in Somerset.

However, there are warnings in place in several areas of the county.

In West Somerset, river levels on the Washford River at Beggearn Huish remain above the flood warning threshold, the EA said.

"We believe there is a possibility of flooding for properties in Roadwater and roads in Kingsbridge until Monday morning," a spokesperson said.

"River levels have fallen on the Horner Water, River Aller, River Avill, and the Hawkcombe, Monksilver and Doniford Streams.

"However, flooding of low lying land and roads is possible across West Somerset until Monday morning."

In Taunton, the EA has a warning out concerning River Tone catchment areas.

"There is a risk of flooding to low lying land and roads near Hillfarrance, Bradford on Tone, Lane End Road at Ham and the Creech Saint Michael to Henlade road," the spokesperson said.

"Bradford on Tone ringbanks may become bank-full. Field teams are out clearing debris screens and checking flood defences."

Curry Moor and Hay Moor are among the worst affected areas of the Levels, much of which remain underwater.

Pumping stations across the area are working, the EA said.

In East Somerset, the Yeo and others are also at risk, the spokesperson said.

"There is a risk of flooding this weekend to low lying land and roads including the B3151 Glastonbury to Meare Road," they said.

"Overtopping may occur from the Glastonbury Millstream and the River Brue at North Drain and Westhay. Field teams are out clearing debris screens and checking flood defences.

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However, the warnings are expected to be updated this morning, as it is hoped Storm Dennis clears.

Forecasters, meanwhile, are predicting some showers today with strong winds still lingering.

"Remaining windy on Monday, with blustery showers, interspersed with sunny spells," a Met Office forecaster said.

"There could be some locally very heavy downpours, with the potential for hail and thunder."

Tonight would see winds easing, they added, although remaining 'strong enough to stream showers inland across Devon and Cornwall'.