The Environment Agency has issued flood alerts for some parts of Berkshire, with drivers being warned to expect flooding on roads.
An amber flood warning is in place along the Lower River Loddon, leaving Twyford, Winnersh, Shinfield, Arborfield and Swallowfield.
People in the area have been told to expect flooding of low lying roads and farmland, especially in Sindlesham.
There is also an amber flood warning in place in the Colne Brook in Slough and Langley where neighbours have been warned to expect flooding of low lying roads and land.
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Flooding hotspots such as Sandford Lane in Woodley and Lands End Ford in Hurst are likely to be impassable due to the water.
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