These are the road closures in Berkshire due to flooding
Sonning Bridge remains closed to through traffic as does Spring Lane in Playhatch.
The River Thames has burst its banks in Christchurch Meadows, Caversham flooding the footpaths.
Flooding is also causing problems on the A329 in Winnersh by the Showcase Cinema roundabout which is closed to traffic coming into Reading.
Rushey Way is also closed in both directions between the roundabout and the junction with Mill Lane.
The Loddon Bridge Park & Ride is closed.
There are flood warnings in place on the River Thames at Pangbourne and Purley and from Scours Lane to Caversham Lakes and on the River Kennet from Theale to Reading.
There are also flood warnings on the River Loddon at Lower Earley, Winnersh, Woodley, Twyford, Charvil and Wargrave.
Emmbrook Road in Wokingham is closed due to flooding and the A329 Reading Road in Arborfield is also closed in both directions between Sindlesham Road and School green.
To the west of Reading Burghfield Road is closed near Mill Road and many smaller roads are also impassable.
Troops were called in yesterday to help firefighters pumping water away from an electricity substation in Pingewood which serves 40,000 homes and businesses in Reading.
Whistley Mill Lane in Whistley Green is closed at the Lands End Lane junction.
The A321 Broadwater Lane in Whistley Green is closed between the Lodge Road junction and Hogmoor Lane.
Hinton Road, Hurst is closed between the B3018 and A321 BroadWater Lane. Islandstone Lane is also closed.
Sandford Lane in Woodley is closed between Mohawk Way and Davis Street.
The Environment Agency say the Thames in the Reading area has risen in response to rainfall earlier in the week. Levels will continue to rise and property flooding is to be expected. The current river forecast suggests that by the middle of next week the river in this area could reach a similar level to January 2003.
A largely dry day is forecast by the Met Office tomorrow but more rain is expected to Tuesday and a yellow severe weather warning is still in place.