Flooding: picture round up for Rasen area

Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160831001
Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160831001

The sun may be shining today, but there are still many places affected by the persistent rain over the past few days.

Some roads are still flooded - as our pictures show -and residents at Holton le Moor on the A46 are still stranded.

Flooding in Middle Rasen'Picture Joanna Webb EMN-190911-105934001

Flooding in Middle Rasen'Picture Joanna Webb EMN-190911-105934001

Police are advising caution on the roads as water may be deeper than it looks.

A police spokesman said: “If the road has cones and signs across it, please don’t ignore them - you’re likely to get yourself stuck!”

Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160543001

Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160543001

Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160717001

Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160717001

Market Rasen rugby pitch EMN-190811-160637001

Market Rasen rugby pitch EMN-190811-160637001

Middle Rasen's Church Street EMN-190811-160729001

Middle Rasen's Church Street EMN-190811-160729001

Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160603001

Flooding in the Rasen area EMN-190811-160603001

The River Rase at George St / Caistor Road EMN-190811-161045001

The River Rase at George St / Caistor Road EMN-190811-161045001

Flooding prevented Middle Rasen School from opening on Friday EMN-190811-161028001

Flooding prevented Middle Rasen School from opening on Friday EMN-190811-161028001

Middle Rasen EMN-190811-160818001

Middle Rasen EMN-190811-160818001

Middle Rasen  EMN-190811-160946001

Middle Rasen EMN-190811-160946001