Wiltshire Council teams will remain on standby over the coming days to deal with the aftermath of Storm Ciarán, the authority has said.

The council warns that more rain is expected over the weekend, with the Met Office issuing a yellow weather warning for parts of the county on Saturday.

Flooding in some areas of the county remains a threat due to the saturation level of the ground.

Flood alerts and flood warnings also remain in place in some parts of the county.

A flood alert means that flooding is a possibility and people should stay alert.
 Meanwhile, flood warnings mean that flooding is expected and residents should start acting on their flood plans.

People can check what alerts or warnings are in place in their local area and report incidents online.

It is also recommended that Wiltshire residents sign up for Environment Agency flood warnings and learn what to do in case of flooding.

According to the council, groundwater levels look to be normal but are rising in at-risk areas, mostly in the south of the county.

The situation could change at any point after heavy rain, so people in these areas should still be alert.