The River Thames is predicted to rise to its highest level in more than 60 years in some places after more treacherous weather conditions.
Residents in Windsor, Maidenhead and communities in Surrey, where nearly 1,000 people have been evacuated from the areas, have been warned to expect severe disruption and risk of flooding.
A man who built a clay wall in order to protect his house from the rising waters said he has two days before the flooding finally hits.
ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers has been travelling down the River Thames to see the effects of flooding on Windsor, Eton and Maidenhead.
Towns and villages along a stretch of the River Thames have been deluged leading to emergency evacuations.