Motorists have been braving treacherous conditions across Wiltshire after heavy rainfall from Storm Ciaran left parts of the county underwater.

After heavy rainfall from Wednesday, November 1, onwards, parts of Wiltshire have been hit by flooding causing disruption to residents' daily lives.

While the worst of the rain appears to be over, flood alerts remain in place throughout the county.

Wiltshire Times: Flooding near StavertonFlooding near Staverton (Image: Trevor Porter)

A number of roads around the county were closed as a result of the downpour and remained impassable late into the week, including the B3106 from Staverton to Holt and Minety Lane near Malmesbury, which were both completely submerged.

Another route was also left completely underwater at Reybridge, near Chippenham, blocking the road after water overflowed from the River Avon.

Elsewhere flood water caused difficulty for drivers on roads that remained open, including the Pack Horse Bridge at Lacock where motorists braved rising water levels to get to their destinations.

Wiltshire Times: Flooding at ReybridgeFlooding at Reybridge (Image: Trevor Porter)

Flooding also impacted the A350 near the Challymead Bridge in Melksham, where cars were forced to queue to pass large puddles of floodwater.

Water levels at locations in both Swindon and Wiltshire were described as “rising” on the morning of Saturday, November 4.

A yellow weather warning for rain remains in place for the southern part of the county, stretching as far north as Westbury.