As heavy rain fell overnight, the risk of more flooding across the region has increased.
The Met Office estimated up to 40mm of rain fell last night, with 37 flood warnings in place along the Rivers Thames and Kennet.
Disruption on roads is still ongoing for people and Dorset and Oxfordshire.
Some routes which have been underwater for days, like Botley Road in Oxford, have now reopened as clean up operations continued this weekend.
New photos taken by the Environment Agency show the scale of the flooding in the Arun valley south of Pulborough.
MPs have said it is vital that Defra preserves its ability to respond to emergencies, such as the recent flooding, despite deep cuts.
Why has Britain been battered by a seemingly endless series of severe storms since the start of December?