Many rivers and streams in the West of the Anglia region are still thought to be at risk from flooding. Run off from fields after another weekend of heavy rain means water levels are much higher than usual.
Much of the low lying land in Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire is waterlogged but no more heavy rain is expected today.
A Flood warning remains in place for River Kym in Cambridgeshire at Great Staughton and Kimbolton although the Environment Agency says river levels at Kimbolton and Stonely are falling. Further downstream though the levels at Hail Weston have continued to rise.
In Northamptonshire the Cogenhoe Mill caravan site is still at risk from the swollen River Nene. A Flood Warning remains in place there.
Meanwhile there's a Flood Alert on the Great Ouse from Wyboston in Bedfordshire through St Neots, Offord and St Ives to Earith in Cambridgeshire.
In Cambridge itself the River Cam and its tributaries remain above normal. A Flood Alert covers the Rivers Cam, Granta and Rhee and the Bourn and Beck Brooks.