Readers have been tweeting and sending in photos of how they have been affected by the floods across Hilligndon this morning.
Many people are stuck in traffic due to the A40 being closed because of the flooding and some are having a nightmare commuting into town from Ruislip with both South Ruislip and Ruislip stations being forced to close and the Metropolitan Line suspended between Ruislip and Rayners Lane, due to the torrential downpours.
Many roads are flooded with deep water, so drivers are advised to be careful.
Two women were rescued from a car near to South Ruislip station this morning (Monday, July 28.)
Firefighters were called on to help the women out of the car in Station Approach, South Ruislip.
A spokesman for London Fire Brigade said: "They were trapped because of the rain water.
"We were called just before 9am and the situation was over by 9.40am."
A reader who lives in The Lynch, Uxbridge, which runs alongside Fray's River, called to say the river level shot up immediately after the downpour, bursting its banks.
Amanda Terrill said the water had come to within a foot or so of her front door and had gone through air bricks into the houses of some of her neighbours.
She and her husband, Steve, who have a 21-month-old daughter, Lilia, moved precious items from the ground floor to the upstairs, as a precaution.
"In that hour between seven and eight o'clock, the river rose at least 10ins," she said.
Mrs Terrill has lived in The Lynch for three years and said it was the worst she has seen, and neighbours whose houses have been in the family for generations said it was the worst they had heard of.
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