Levels on the River Thames continued to rise on Thursday, leaving more areas flooded and more homes under threat.
In Walton, river levels exceeded the record 4.04m and hit 4.12m.The swollen river led to severe flooding of footpaths, towpaths and some roads.Surrey Highways said lane closures were in force on the A308 Staines Bypass at Sunbury Ford Bridge Roundabout (junction with the B377) and at the A320 St Peter's Way near St Peter's Hospital.Roads closed due to flooding included: Although the rain was due to clear on Thursday night, the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for ice across the south east.If the tagged user's privacy settings are set to public, the post will show up on their own personal profile and in the news feed of their friends.
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