Wiltshire Council has warned there is a still lot of water on the Wiltshire highways network.

Motorists travelling over the weekend have been urged to take extra care, watch out for surface water and to allow extra time for their journey.

Storm Henk's heavy rainfall has led to a number of roads in the county becoming submerged, and the local authority has now issued a list of some of the main roads that are affected and subsequently closed. 

This list was valid as of 11am on Saturday, Janaury 6. 

  • B4069 Christian Malford
  • Reybridge
  • The Wharf Lacock
  • B3105 Staverton (The Causeway)
  • B3106 Staverton (Tollgate Road)
  • B3107 Challeymead
  • Smallbrook Road, Warminster
  • Kellaways
  • A361 Littleton Semington
  • A363 Yarnbrook
  • A342 Lydeway
  • B3414 Boreham / East of Bishopstrow Road

However, this isn't a complete list of every affected road in Wiltshire - there may be other roads, particularly side roads and smaller roads

For live highway updates, please see One Network.

There are some river and groundwater flood warnings in place in the county. For the full list of flood warnings, please check for flooding in England