Groundwater levels are continuing to rise with residents along the river Avon in Wiltshire, the Stour in Dorset and the Meon in Hampshire warned about the risk of more flooding this weekend.
16 Flood Warnings remain in place across our region tonight. River levels also remain high along the Arun in Pulborough, flooding nearby fields.
In the New Forest, firefighters transported bales of hay to around 30 cows who became stranded by flood water.
Meanwhile, up to a million pounds is being spent repairing railways on the Isle of Wight. Islanders have been without any train services for almost three weeks because of floods and landslides. Today, work continued to repair the tracks - as Dave Russell reports.
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?