Today the line is still suspended between Bethnal Green and Leytonstone.
Nigel Holness, LU's operations director, said: "The Central Line is
currently suspended between Bethnal Green and Leytonstone due to
flooding in the Mile End area, caused by works taking place to a Thames
Water main at street level.
"Water has come through a nearby Tube ventilation shaft, flooding the track, and leaving us unable to run services. London Underground is pressing Thames Water to resolve the
situation as soon as possible to enable us to get services back up and
running, but it is likely the suspension will be in place for some
Londonist note that somewhat ironically, that Thames Water have decided to lift the hosepipe ban "As if by way of an apology, Thames Water also announced this morning that it could lift the hosepipe ban imposed earlier this year; we assume that the rainfall during the Jubilee celebrations makes up for the 2m litres lost in Stratford."
It's like that the disruption to the Central Line will continue throughout the day, so it worth following TfL’s live service updates if you need to use the Line further east than Bethnal Green.