A flood warning has been issued for Cornwall including the Fal and Helford Rivers.

Flood warnings are in place in parts of Cornwall with flooding possible at the Upper River Tamar, River Lynher, Helford and Fal Rivers, and West Cornwall Rivers.

People are being urged to by Cornwall Council to stay safe and do not attempt to drive through flood water.

A yellow warning for rain is currently in place for Cornwall from the Met Office with heavy rain likely to bring some travel disruption and flooding in places on Thursday.

Falmouth Packet: Flood warnings for Cornwall have been issuedFlood warnings for Cornwall have been issued (Image: Cornwall Council)

The Met Office has updated its yellow warnings for rain across most of Cornwall. The warning is in place from 12am - 7pm on Thursday, December 7. Flooding is likely in some places.

Falmouth Packet: A yellow warning for rain has been issued by The Met OfficeA yellow warning for rain has been issued by The Met Office (Image: Met Office)

The forecast is dull with pulses of rain, particularly heavy along south-facing hills and coasts. Some south-eastern areas remaining dry until the afternoon. Becoming drier in the west during the afternoon. Widely windy with strong gusts and coastal gales. Noticeably milder.

You can find out what to do in a flood here