One flood alert remains in force in Cumbria as the county recovers from a period of heavy rain.
The flood alert – which means be prepared and flooding is possible – is in place for the upper River Derwent, Stonethwaite Beck and Derwentwater.
The Environment Agency alert states: “The level of Derwentwater remains high but is receding slowly. Consequently, low-lying land adjacent to Derwentwater shoreline areas remain affected by flooding.
“Levels on Derwentwater are expected to remain high over today as a result of the rainfall during last week. A drier settled spell of weather is forecast for the rest of this week with the level of Derwentwater expected to drop back below the flood alert level later today.
“We continue to closely monitor the situation. Please avoid using low-lying footpaths around the edge of Derwentwater and the River Derwent. This message will be updated tomorrow, or as the situation changes.”