There are a number of flood warnings and alerts in place across south Cumbria, with the Lake District still suffering from the aftermath of Storm Christoph.

This week has seen Cumbria hit by a raft of flooding and road closures due to torrential rain.

And that rain hasn't gone just yet, with three warnings for floods in place across the Lake District, including Keswick and Windermere.

The most severe warning is in Keswick, where 'immediate action is required' to make sure locals are safe.

Here are the details on each warning and alert currently in place across Cumbria:

Keswick Campsite

Flooding is expected - immediate action required

River and lake levels whilst starting to recede, do remain high at the Lodore river gauge and will continue to do so over the next few days as a result of Storm Christoph.

Flooding is expected to continue to affect low lying areas bordering the shores of Derwent Water and the frontage of the Keswick Camping and Caravan Club Site.

The situation is being closely monitored and incident response staff are checking defences.

Rivers Brathay, Rothay and Winster

Flooding is possible - be prepared

Whilst lake and river levels have started to recede, both river and lake levels do remain high as a result of Storm Christoph.

Consequently, the risk of flooding to low lying land and roads remains. Flooding is expected to affect low lying land and roads in the Langdale, Grasmere, Ambleside, Troutbeck, Windermere, Hawkshead, Rusland Valley, Newby Bridge, Backbarrow, Cartmel, Cark and Winster Valley areas.

High river and lake levels are possible on Great Langdale Beck, River Brathay, River Rothay, Trout Beck, Mill Beck, Cunsey Beck, Windermere Lake, Rusland Pool, River Eea, River Winster and their tributaries.

Upper River Derwent, Stonethwaite Beck and Derwent Water

Flooding is possible - be prepared

Whilst lake and river levels have started to recede, Derwent Water lake level remains high. Consequently, the risk of flooding to low lying land and roads remains.

Flooding is expected to affect low lying land and roads in the Seatoller, Stonethwaite, Rosthwaite, Grange-in-Borrowdale and Derwent Water shoreline areas.

High river and lake levels are possible on the River Derwent, Stonethwaite Beck, Watendlath Beck, Derwent Water and their tributaries.

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