Rescue boats have been sent out by emergency services to make sure everyone is safe on Friday (December 4).
First reports of the high water levels emerged overnight.
Bad weather has led to a number of flood alerts and warning being put out across Cheshire West in recent weeks.
A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: "We are there to provide a reassuring presence to the public.
"We are working closely with other agencies, including Cheshire West & Chester Council and Cheshire Constabulary and to manage flood risks and keep residents safe and well."
Rescue boats and fire engines from Chester and Warrington have been sent out to Farndon, as well as an engine from Northwich.
Heavy rain is not forecast for the region over the weekend, but a severe wind warning is in effect for Friday afternoon through to Sunday.
Anyone who feels they are in danger or unwell should call 999 while advice and safety tips can be found on the gov.uk website.
For more information visit our dedicated Chester and Cheshire West flood map , or call the 24-hour Floodline on 0345 988 1188.
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