Rivers in the East Midlands remain on high alert following torrential downpours during the past two days.
It is estimated 28 days worth of rain fell in two days in the East Midlands
Nine rivers in the region are subject to flood warnings where there is risk to homes, while large areas have the lower risk flood watch in place.
It is thought 28 days worth of rain fell in two days in the East Midlands.
Newark in Notts and Grantham in Lincs were among the worst areas affected. There is a meeting on Wednesday to discuss flooding in Market Harborough.
Shop keepers and residents are meeting to discuss a flood alleviation scheme after the town was hit by floods three times in two weeks.
On Tuesday, around 13,000 people camping out at a religious festival at the Newark Showground were forced to leave.
Leisure centres in Balderton and Southwell provided temporary accommodation for the campers.
Fire services in Derbyshire also report being besieged by flood-related calls, with numerous requests for sandbags.
Police said the water had even lifted tarmac off the roads in some parts of the county.
Lincolnshire Fire Service says it received around 140 calls on Monday night related to the heavy rain, mostly in the Grantham and Gainsborough areas.
The rivers with flood warnings in place are:
River Derwent from Borrowash to Church Wilne including Draycott
River Trent from Burton to Castle Donington
River Wye from Buxton to Rowsley
River Soar from Cossington to Cotes
River Dove from Doveridge to Marston-on-Dove
River Dove from Marston-on-Dove to Clay Mill
River Erewash from Pinxton to Long Eaton
River Dove from Rocester to Doveridge
River Idle from Gamston to Bawtry including Retford
Flood watch areas include:
The Derwent and Wye valleys including Derby, Buxton and Matlock
Leicester, Melton Mowbray and Loughborough areas
Lower Trent Valley including Nottinghamshire and Gainsborough