9 Jul 2012

Flooding in England

1:01 pm on 9 July 2012

is forecast for some areas.

Flood warnings remain in place in dozens of places across England and more heavy rain

is forecast for some areas.

The BBC reports roads were turned into rivers and fields into lakes after 24 hours of rain.

Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman has visited some of the worst-hit communities in Devon.

She said surface water flooding is the most unpredictable to deal with.

June was the wettest month in Britain since records began in 1910.