Central and eastern provinces ravaged by the worst deluges in decades have been told to get ready for more floods because of stormy weather in the upper reaches of the Huai River. Heavy death tolls and economic losses were reported in regions along the Huai in the past two weeks as they were hit by the most serious floods since 1954. Tens of millions people were affected. And although the provinces were still reeling from the devastation, the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters warned yesterday that more floods were coming because of the rainfall upstream. Premier Wen Jiabao arrived in Anhui , the most affected province, on Friday to inspect the disaster-relief work. He asked the nation to prepare for 'the most difficult situations', Xinhua reported. Western Henan province had started to divert the water into available reservoirs to try to lower the water level. Anhui had mobilised 160,000 people to man the dykes and prepare for floods, and Jiangsu province had mobilised 150,000. Floods so far have killed at least 403 people, with another 105 missing. More than 3 million people have been evacuated, with economic losses estimated at 31.9 billion yuan.