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The Environment Agency has just issued a further flood warning for the River Nene, east of Peterborough.
There are currently eight other warnings in place for East Anglia - seven in Northamptonshire and one for Newport Pagnell near Milton Keynes.
There are also 43 flood alerts for East Anglia, including for parts of Suffolk. An ITV Anglia viewer took these photographs this morning of the swollen River Stour in Clare, south of Bury St Edmunds.
There are currently eight flood warnings and 43 flood alerts in place across East Anglia.
Seven of the warnings are for Northamptonshire, with the River Nene and the River Kym at risk of causing flooding. There is also a warning for the River Great Ouse at Newport Pagnell near Milton Keynes.
Nine flood warnings have been lifted in the past 24 hours, but there are still flood alerts in place across the East. For more detailed information go to the Environment Agency website.
The Environment Agency is warning that parts of the region are at risk of more flooding as heavy rains have caused water to rise.
There are 15 flood warnings and 41 flood alerts in place across the East and people are being asked to remain vigilant. For more information visit the environment agency website.
Flood warnings have been put in place in the following locations:
- Bin Brook in Newnham Cambridge.
- Girton in Cambridge including Woodlands Park, Woodlands Close, Dodford Lane, Fairway, Northfield, and Oakington Road.
- And: King’s Ripton, Broughton, Wistow, Ramsey and Bury- Tilbrook, Kimbolton, Stonely and Great Staughton - Hamerton, Upton, Alconbury, Alconbury Weston and Ellington- B1040 Thorney to Whittlesey Road to the South of the River Nene.
In the last 12 hours, 20mm of rain has fallen over Cambridgeshire, with some
areas like Bourn receiving 26mm and Chatteris 18mm.
A further 8 to 15mm of rain is expected to fall throughout today until midnight. Less rain is expected tomorrow.
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With further rain forecast in the Anglia region it's likely there will be further problems with flooding into the New Year.
With many rivers running high, a number of Flood Warnings issued by the Environment Agency remain in force in the Anglia region.