FLOOD warnings remain for areas of Cumbria this morning.

An Environment Agency yellow flood warning is in place for Cumbria which could mean "periods of heavy rain fall may lead to flooding and disruption of transport."

Keswick Campsite has seen a red flood warning "immediate action is required."

River levels are expected to be high on the River Eden, River Caldew, River Petteril and Durranhill Beck as well as Brunstock Beck, Gosling Sike, Little Caldew, Parham Beck and Rockcliffe Beck.

Flooding on roads and farmland around the rivers is expected this morning.

Low lying land and roads may have flooded overnight in Harrington and Distington. And in Copeland, Whitehaven, Ennerdale Bridge, Cleator Moor, Cleator, Egremont, Beckermet, Braystones, Calder Bridge, Gosforth, Seascale, Wasdale, Holmrook and Eskdale. This is a result of levels rising yesterday at the Egremont river gauge.

Flooding of farmlands is expected around Derwent Water, Grange-in-Borrowdale, Rosthwaite and Stonethwaite today.

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

River levels are expected to remain high until Monday and the public are advised to avoid low lying paths.

There has also been overnight reports of surface water and flooding on the M6 between Carnforth and Tebay.