There is a flood alert in place for Twyford, Charvil and Wargrave where the Lower River Loddon joins the River Thames. Flooding of roads and low-lying land is expected.
There are also flood alerts in place for the River Cut, including Holyport, the Lower River Loddon, including Hurst and Waltham St Lawrence and the River Thames from Mapledurham to Sonning.
“Flooding is possible, be prepared and keep an eye on things,” said a spokesman for the Environment Agency. “All the land is very wet already, so it cannot take the heavy rainfall that we have had as well.”
Updates of flood warnings are posted on http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) received more than 100 emergency call-outs across the county, starting early yesterday afternoon and continuing until 6.20am this morning.
TfB's operations centre received reports of 71 fallen trees and 12 instances of flooding and is continuing to work throughout today to make sure roads are kept clear.
Extinction Rebellion Earth March. The Cookham-Windsor leg leaves Cookham at 10 am on Thursday 11th and will arrive in Hedgerley in the afternoon. The March arrives in London on Sunday afternoon ready for The Extinction Rebellion International Week commencing on Monday 15th.
Shop owners are saying that parking spaces are constantly being used by visitors and contractors for nearby O2 and Mercedes businesses and they want the council to enforce shorter stay times in nearby parking bays. Cippenham Lane, Slough