The torrential downpours at the weekend mean that a flood watch is still in force between Molesey and Teddington locks although another between Molesey and Shepperton has been lifted.

The flood watch, issued by the Environmental Agency (EA) on Sunday, November 25 at 6.30pm, currently covers areas along the River Thames, including Thames Ditton, Hampton Court and Kingston.

However, the area between Shepperton Lock and Molesey Lock, including Weybridge and Walton, has been given the all-clear.

The EA issues flood codes to ensure that residents are prepared for certain levels of possible flooding.

Flood Watch means that people should be prepared for flooding in low-lying land and roads.

Flood Warning means that flooding of homes and businesses is expected.

Severe Flood Warning implies danger to life and property.

Elmbridge firefighters were not called out to any incidents of flooding at the weekend.

For information call the Environment Agency's Floodline on 0845 9881188 or visit: .