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A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the River Lee at Luton. Flooding is expected for The River Lee at Luton.
The Environment Agency says immediate action is required.
"Following this morning’s heavy rainfall, the river levels on the River Lee at Toddington Road in Luton have risen rapidly. We believe this is due to a blockage of the trash pins at Toddington Road. We have teams on their way to investigate the situation and will clear any blockage present.
"Further heavy rainfall is forecast today. River levels may to continue rise as a result of this blockage, but should fall sharply once our teams have managed to clear it."
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The Met Office says there could be exceptionally amounts of rain during Friday with the potential for flooding and disruption to transport.
Frequent lightning and hail may be additional hazards.
Some places in the Anglia region have already seen nearly an inch of rain in the early hours of Friday.
23 mm (0.9 inches) of rain has fallen at Cavendish in Suffolk and 21 mm (0.8 inches) at Harpenden in Hertfordshire in the six hours up to 7am.