Flood warnings remain in place in Surrey

River Thames at Staines The Environment Agency says properties in low lying areas are at risk

Flood warnings on the River Thames remain in force in parts of Surrey.

The Environment Agency's warnings are in place in the Sunbury, Staines upon Thames, Runnymede and Egham stretches of the river.

The agency said water levels remained high, although they were starting to fall "very slowly".

With further rain forecast, water levels are expected to remain high for several days with properties in low lying areas at risk of flooding.

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