A view from the river shows damage caused to flood-hit Thames area

Windsor race course. Credit: ITV News

ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers has been travelling on the River Thames to see the effects of the flooding as residents prepare for another batch of bad weather.

He travelled from Windsor down to Eton college before heading back towards Maidenhead.

Hundreds of properties near the river could be flooded over the next two or three days after forecasters warned of more rain and strong winds.

The Environment Agency currently has 14 severe flood warnings - meaning there is a danger to life - in place around the River Thames.

Windsor race course. Credit: ITV News

People have been evacuated from their homes in several areas west of London including Staines and Wraysbury in Berkshire.

Andrew McKenzie, from the British Geological Survey, warned that flooding in areas from Reading to Salisbury could remain until spring.

Dan Rivers on a boat heading upstream towards Maidenhead. Credit: ITV News

The Ministry of Defence said it has over 1,650 troops on standby at a variety of locations across the South to help with the flood relief effort.

Here are some of the images from Dan Rivers' journey on the River Thames:

Windsor race course from Boveney lock. Credit: ITV News
Flood waters outside flats in Windsor. Credit: ITV News
A few properties in Windsor have been hit by the floods. Credit: ITV News
A recently let house is surrounded by water in Windsor. Credit: ITV News
The floods also hit near Eton college. Credit: ITV News
The playing fields at Eton are flooded. Credit: ITV News
Rising water is seen at Romney Lock near Eton. Credit: ITV News
A mansion near Maidenhead is surrounded by water. Credit: ITV News