Flood warnings have been issued for several parts of Buckinghamshire, as heavy rain is expected to fall in the county.

In the warning that was issued by www.Gov.uk, it was revealed that Bear Brook and tributaries in the 'Aylesbury area, including Wendover and Weston Turville', could see river levels rise due to heavy rain.

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However, whilst it is believed that property flooding 'is not currently expected', residents should 'be prepared' if heavy rain were to fall.

On the Bear Brook area of Aylesbury, the warning said: "Property flooding is not currently expected.

"River levels are rising on the Bear Brook as a result of heavy rainfall.

"Therefore, flooding of property/roads and farmland is expected this morning 14/01/21, especially in the Aylesbury area.

"Further rainfall is forecast over the next 12 hours.

"We expect river levels to slowly fall over the coming days, but levels are sensitive to any further rainfall.

"We are closely monitoring the situation.

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"Please remain safe and aware of your local surroundings, avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses."

The warnings are also for residents who live near the River Ouzel in Central Bedfordshire which goes into Milton Keynes. 

It is expected that 'flooding is possible' due to heavy rain that happened overnight (January 13/14).

An excerpt from the warning read: "We expect flooding to affect the River Ouzel from Leighton Buzzard to Willen, including Clipstone Brook and Water Eaton Brook."

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"We expect river levels to continue to rise through the morning and early afternoon.

"Please avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses and plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded."

Heavy rain is also expected to impact residents who live near the River Great Ouse in the north of Bucks.

On December 23 and 24 last year, a sudden downpour led the river to overflow, which caused many houses in Buckingham and Stony Stratford to be badly impacted by the floods. 

The warning read: "We expect flooding to affect the River Great Ouse from Brackley to Haversham, including Padbury Brook.

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"Further rainfall is forecast over the next six hours.

"We expect river levels to continue to rise for the remainder of this morning and this afternoon."

Finally, the last warning focuses on the River Thame and Chalgrove Brook near Aylesbury.

Following the downpour, 'river levels are raising' in the area with residents being told to be 'prepared' as rain is expected over the next 12 hours.