A FLOOD warning is still in place for Porlock Weir despite Storm Eleanor leaving Somerset's shores. 

The Environment Agency's flood warning for Porlock Weir will remain in place until tomorrow (January 4) as they believe Porlock Weir is still at risk of flooding. 

The warning says: "Spray, overtopping and/or onshore flooding is predicted to occur as a result of high water levels, strong onshore winds and large waves.

"The first properties at risk of flooding are the Anchor Hotel, Quayside Cottages and Gibraltar Cottages.

"Infrastructure at risk includes the B3225, the Harbour Master office and Harbour Stores."

A number of flood alerts have been issued across the county. 

The Environment Agency says 'flooding is possible' at the below locations and is urging residents to 'be prepared'. 

  • Dunster beaches
  • Burnham-on-Sea
  • Brean Down 
  • Minehead
  • Bridgwater
  • Blue Anchor 
  • Steart 
  • Stolford

For more information about the flood warnings call the Environment Agency's Floodline on 0345 988 1188