Residents are being advised to avoid low lying footpaths and roads near bridges in Harrold, Oakley, Felmersham and Radwell due to flood risks.
A flood alert for the River Great Ouse has been issued for the roads between Harrold and Oakley.
It comes a year after flooding devastated many areas in Bedfordshire last Christmas.
Flooding is possible and may affect roads close to the bridges at Harrold, Oakley, Felmersham and Radwell.
A statement from Bedford Borough Council said: “Please avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses and plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded.”
You can stay up to date with flood alerts here.
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