Due to the recent rain and warm temperatures, one Ontario town is being evacuated by police after severe flooding in the area. The town of Bolton, which is along the Humber River, is experiencing high amounts of flooding which began yesterday according to the OPP.\nOn Twitter, the OPP announced last night that King St and Queen St in downtown Bolton were flooding and at that time some residents were beginning to be evacuated and they asked people to avoid that area completely. They later revealed that the flooding was due to the Humber River overflowing its banks.\nREAD ALSO: Toronto Is In For More Snow And Thunderstorms This Weekend\nThe nearby Town of Caledon reported that this flooding is likely the result of ice jams along the Humber River. The jams have caused blockages in the flow of the river, causing the water to run up onto the banks. Combining with melting ice and snow and yesterdays rain, this is not a good situation for Bolton.\nCaledon also reported that while the fire department and heavy equipment is on the scene to break up some of this ice, the evacuation orders that were put in place last night remain in effect this morning. It's not clear how many people have been forced from their homes, but CP24 reports that several houses and one apartment building have been evacuated.\nThe OPP and the Town of Caledon have been sharing their photos of the flooding on Twitter.\nUPDATE: ADVISORY: Flooding throughout #Bolton caused by the Humber River. #OPP and Fire Dept are on scene. ^kw pic.twitter.com/JiRr0prz6c\n— OPPCommunicationsCR (@OPP_COMM_CR) 16 March 2019\nSaturday morning: areas along the Humber in downtown Bolton remain flooded due to ice jams. The evacuation zone put in place last night remains. #Caledon Fire is on scene, with @OPP_COMM_CR. Heavy equipment continues to work at unblocking the ice jams. pic.twitter.com/hITsSL8d8N\n— Your Caledon (@YourCaledon) March 16, 2019\nResidents and reporters in the area have been sharing their own photos and videos of the flooding as well.\nSome photos from the Bolton area this morning (courtesy @TheSeanCowan) where OPP are evacuating people from their homes due to flooding. The warmer temperatures have caused ice jams and rising waters in the Humber River. @680NEWS @@CityNews #Bolton pic.twitter.com/S5krj08aMh\n— Stuart McGinn (@Stu_McGinn) March 16, 2019\nEvacuations remain in place in the area along King Street East near the Humber River in Bolton. Heavy machinery has been brought in to break up the ice jams. @CaledonFire @Peel_Paramedics & OPP continue to assess the situation as water levels fluctuate #ONStorm pic.twitter.com/X16nfzwZe2\n— Andrew Collins (@ACollinsPhoto) March 16, 2019\nHumber River - #10 pic.twitter.com/gEdiClzIom\n— Andrew Marsan (@CWGCTurf) March 15, 2019\n#flooding #inglewoodvillage #cp24 #Caledon #Flood2019 @MissiNewsRoom @CaledonNews pic.twitter.com/NBDql5z9W0\n— David Fibingr (@dfibingr) March 15, 2019\nREAD ALSO: Man Spotted Fishing On A Tiny Chunk Of Ice Near Toronto's Harbourfront (VIDEO)\nAn evacuation centre has been set up at the Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness which remains open for anyone who is affected by the flooding.