A yellow weather warning for wind is in place for parts of Devon until 1100.
Storm Dennis is finally moving away from the UK.
A flood warning remains in place for the River Exe around the Quay after days of heavy rain fell on already saturated ground.
You can check the latest warnings from the Environment Agency here.
The Met Office has now lifted earlier yellow warnings for wind and rain. Updates here.
Some roads in the county are still affected by flooding, landslips or fallen trees. Stay tuned to 107.3FM for the very latest or you can check Devon County Council's @DevonAlert
Some train services are also affected, after the line was closed yesterday because of flooding at Cowley Bridge. The advice is to check before you travel.
🌧️Severe rainfall from #StormDennis has caused flooding across the country, as seen here on the approach to #Exeter St Davids— Network Rail Western (@networkrailwest) February 17, 2020
🚉Most train services are running, but please check with @nationalrailenq before travelling
👷♂️Our teams are out & about to keep passengers moving pic.twitter.com/c2V7ZkDFgG