Caversham Lock has reported its highest recorded water level measured downstream after the latest rainfall from Storm Henk.

The Environmental Agency reported this morning (7/1) that both upstream and downstream levels were reaching their highest with an extreme chance of property flooding.

In the River Thames level downstream at Caversham Lock, measurements were taken at 10:06 am this morning and now stand at 4.24 metres.

This is higher than the water level (3.76 metres) recorded in 2003 at this measuring station.

When measured downstream this morning at 9:30 the levels were approaching their highest level at 0.69 metres.

This is the highest level measured in the last five days.