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A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the North Bank Road alongside the River Nene, east of Peterborough and west of Dog-in-a-Doublet Sluice.
Flooding is expected for the North Bank Road alongside the River Nene to the east of Peterborough and the West of the Dog-in-a-Doublet Sluice during times of tide lock.
"Heavy rain on Saturday has caused river levels to rise on the River Nene. During periods of high tide the river will be unable to discharge into the sea, resulting in tide lock conditions. This is likely to lead to localised flooding at North Bank Road."
There are also more than a dozen Flood Alerts in force across the Anglia region.
After a night of heavy rain and, in some places, snow, rivers have been put under strain. Flood warnings have been issued by the Environment Agency in parts of Cambridgeshire.
More than a fortnight's worth of rain fell in some areas in just 12 hours making it the wettest day since August.
In the 24 hours to 9am on Saturday, Holbeach in Lincolnshire had 28 mm (1.1 inches) of rain while Norwich recorded 27 mm.
- Ellington, Hamerton and the Alconburys
Flooding is expected for Hamerton, Upton, Alconbury, Alconbury Weston and Ellington
"Water levels along the Alconbury and Ellington Brooks continue to rise following last night’s rain. At Hamerton levels are still rising but may peak in the next few hours. At Alconbury Weston levels have risen fast and may continue to rise and stay high for some hours. This water will then make its way down to Alconbury and Brampton through the day keeping levels high."
An overnight flood warning on the Chediston watercourse at Halesworth was lifted at 9.35am on Saturday.
There are also several of the lower level Flood Alerts in place on rivers in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
A large swathe of central Britain has been warned to be ready for snow as a cold snap brings freezing temperatures in the lead-up to the New Year.
An area including Northern Ireland, Wales, the Midlands, East Anglia, the North West, Yorkshire and as far south east as London and Kent has been put on a yellow alert for snow by the Met Office.
There was a Christmas Day rainbow in Northampton as blue skies changed to grey around lunchtime, immediately followed by rain as rainbow disappeared.
Overnight into Boxing Day was also the coldest night of the year so far as the temperature at Braemar in Scotland dropped to -8.5°C.
The lowest temperatures in the Anglia region were around -2 to -3°C and were still below freezing in a few places at 10am.
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Snow could strike parts of of the Anglia region later on Boxing Day and overnight into Saturday, as forecasters warn of a cold snap hitting Britain with freezing temperatures in the lead-up to the New Year.
The Met Office said there is some uncertainty about which regions will see snow, but where it does fall there could be accumulations of between 2cm and 4cm and in excess of 10cm in areas of higher ground.
Forecasters still say the risk of snow in the Anglia region is still on a knife edge.
It's a marginal situation where rain could turn to snow for a time most likely during the evening of Boxing Day and overnight into Saturday.
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The Met Office have issued a snow warning for the Anglia region for Boxing Day. After a frosty start to the day tomorrow, a band of rain is expected to spread east across the UK, turning to snow in places as it mixes with the colder air.
"An area of rain, sleet and snow is expected to spread eastwards across parts of Northern Ireland, England and Wales during Boxing Day before clearing during the evening and overnight. A lot of uncertainty surrounds how much snow will occur, but there is the risk of several centimetres even at low levels. As precipitation clears, roads could turn very icy.
The public should be aware of the potential for disruption from snow. Please watch for updates to this warning. especially if travelling.
There remains much more uncertainty than average regarding the track of this depression which in turn leads to uncertainty about the location of the heaviest precipitation and how much snow there will be. Where snow does occur accumulations of 2 to 4 cm are likely even to lower levels."
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Temperatures throughout the Anglia region have peaked at 14C this afternoon, making it the warmest day of December 2014 so far.
It's a far cry from the same time last week when temperatures struggled to exceed 4C on the coldest day since March 2013.
It will feel colder on Friday as temperatures return to average for the time of year. 7C is the typical daytime high in East Anglia in mid-December.
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It's a breezy start to Friday in the Anglia region although winds are set to die down through the morning.
The winds have been gusting close to 50 mph.
Highest gusts in the Anglia region between 5am and 7am on Friday 12 December
- 47 mph at Weybourne, Norfolk
- 46 mph at Wittering, Cambridgeshire
- 43 mph at Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex
- 39 mph at Wattisham, Suffolk
The highest wind gust in the UK at 7am was 77 mph at The Needles on the Isle of Wight.