03:38AM, Sunday 09 February 2014
Severe flood warnings are in force as river levels continue to rise in the Windsor area.
The Environment Agency has issued its most serious warning in the following areas, signifying severe flooding and the risk of loss of life:
The agency expects water levels to continue to rise for at least 24 hours and river levels are forecast to be higher than those experienced in 2003 on the Thames.
Property flooding is expected in the area and disruption to local infrastructure is possible.
Visit The Environment Agency website for updates.
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