The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for homes in the village of Oakington north of Cambridge.
As heavy rain continues to fall the Agency says properties and low lying areas around Oakington and Westwick will start to flood from around 4am on Wednesday 28 June.
"Heavy rain is currently falling in the Cottenham Lode catchment and will continue throughout the night (Tuesday 27 June).
"Cottenham Lode is reacting to the rain and is forecast to rise through the night.
"Properties and low lying areas around Oakington and Westwick will start to flood from around 4am Wednesday 28 June. Properties are advised to install their property level protection now.
"Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings."
There are lower level flood alerts in other parts of the Anglia region:
- River Stort and Stansted Brook Catchment in Hertfordshire and Essex
- Bear Brook and tributaries in the Aylesbury area, including Wendover and Weston Turville in Buckinghamshire
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Heavy rains have brought flooding to parts of Northamptonshire as the Environment Agency warn immediate action is necessary.
The areas most severely affected are currently around the Northampton Washland at the Cogenhoe Mill Caravan Site and Clipston.
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A driver had to be rescued by fire crews after his car became stuck in flood water in Essex.
Crews used a boat to release the man at Cobham Mill in Shalford.
They warned drivers to be careful on flooded roads.
Racing tomorrow is ABANDONED due to excessive rain. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Our next meet is on 28th Jan 2016.
Six schoolchildren have been rescued by firefighters after their bus became trapped in flood water in Essex.
The bus was stuck in a flooded narrow lane at Farnham near Bishop's Stortford after a nearby stream overflowed following heavy rainfall overnight.
Leading Firefighter Dave Morland said: “The bus was in a narrow lane and had stopped to let a lorry go the other way. The water was deeper than he expected.
"It seems as the driver waited, water entered the exhaust, causing the bus problems and the engine cut out leaving the driver and his six passengers stranded.
"We carried the children to the water bank, they were all very brave and we were pleased to get them safely out pof their predicament quickly and safely. A local company took them into their office where they warmed up."