Thunder and lightning storms caused chaos across the county once again last night - with heavy rain resulting in flash flooding for the second time this week.

As the sky lit up with lightning forks almost continuously at some points and thunder rolled in, heavy rainfall saw some parts of the county flood again.

There were floods on Wednesday afternoon which saw cars stranded in knee-deep water in places like the bottom of Sawpit Hill in Hazlemere, Holmer Green and West Wycombe.

On Thursday night, the heavy rain flooded streets - and even houses - in parts of Bourne End, with Cores End Road shut off by police and deep water on The Parade and other residential streets.

Some homes even lost power in other parts of the county.

Bucks Fire and Rescue were called to multiple incidents of flooding across the county last night, including: 


11.44pm: Water affecting electrics - Glebe Close, Chalfont St Peter 

11:52pm: Flooding affecting ground floor of home - Beaconsfield Road, Farnham Common 

11:53pm: Outside flooding - Packhorse Road, Gerrards Cross


12:08am: Inside flooding - Grove Lane, Chalfont St Peter 

12:08am: Inside flooding - Pennington Lane, Chalfont St Peter 

12:08am: Internal flooding affecting shop - High Street, Chalfont St Peter 

12:11am: Inside flooding - Lower Road, Higher Denham 

12:11am: Inside flooding - Mill Lane, Gerrards Cross

12:11am: Inside flooding - Southlands Road, Denham 

12:14am: Inside flooding - Beeches Road, Farnham Common 

12:21am: Flooding affecting four homes - Garnet Court, Marlow 

12:29am: Flooding affecting multiple homes - Hanbury Close, Burnham 

12:37am: Flooding - The Green, Wooburn Green 

01:27am: Inside flooding, Skye Cluan, Iver