Police are also urging people to avoid driving on the county's roads tonight unless absolutely necessary due to the deluge of rain currently being experienced and the storm conditions expected on Sunday.
Patrols are reporting a large amount of surface water and localised flooding in March, Wisbech, Dry Drayton and Bar Hill. Traffic is extremely slow moving on parts of the A14 and surrounding roads due to the surface water.
Chief Inspector Nick Night said: "We would urge people not to go out in a vehicle unless absolutely necessary and also not to call 999 unless it is a real emergency where life is at risk.
"We are assisting partner agencies including the Highways Agency, Fire and Rescue Service, Fenland District Council and Cambridgeshire County Council with road closures, evacuating residents and pulling vehicles out of flood water.
"We do not have a stock of sandbags, so please do not call 999 requesting any!"
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