With yellow weather warnings for rain remaining in place across Cheshire East for the next 24 hours drivers are being warned not to drive through heavy flood water.
A spokesperson for Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service said "Due to heavy rain fall we're advising drivers only make essential journeys and to be aware that a number of road closures are in place."
Many roads across East Cheshire are closed due to flooding including the A34 Alderley Edge Bypass (Melrose Way) as the carriageway is severely flooded.
The A34 Pendleton Way in Wilmslow is also closed in both directions between the Merlin Roundabout and Wilmslow High School.
Other local road closures include Styal Road and Stanneylands Road.
Nigel Dibben took these photos today from the bridge over the bypass. The third photo shows the water pouring onto the road off Welsh Row.
Updated 7pm Sunday 27th - A34 Melrose Way, Alderley Edge between Congleton Road, Nether Alderley and The Merlin Roundabout has now reopened and so has he A34 Pendleton Way, Wilmslow bypass.
Styal Road, Wilmslow has also now reopened however temporary traffic signals are in operation for safety in the vicinity of Twinnies Bridge.