Up to twenty milimetres of rain could fall over the weekend, leading to flooding around some of our rivers. It will be as nothing though compared to the disaster of Sixty years ago when dozens of people died and coastal towns along the North Kent coast were wrecked.
Forecasters say we are now much more prepared, thanks to the Thames Barrier and stronger sea defences - and a much better warning system. Derek Johnson speaks to March Douch and colin Bowley from the Environment Agency's Flood Warning Centre in Kent.
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James Wright has Monday's forecast for the east of the region.
James Wright has Monday's forecast for the west of the region.
For the second time this month, the region has been hit with heavy snow - leading to disruption and a number of events being cancelled.