UK flood warnings: Britain to face ANOTHER deluge of rain next week – latest alerts – News 247


 Britain has been battered by torrential rainfall this week, with some of the worst-hit areas at risk of further flooding next week The Met Office is forecasting “increasingly unsettled” weather from Tuesday. In their latest forecast, the Met Office said: “Becoming increasingly unsettled as rain arrives across the southwest, where it may turn heavier at times from Wednesday onwards   “As a milder southeasterly breeze develops temperatures recover the near average ” With many areas of the UK already devastated by flooding, meteorologists predict the rain coming in from the south west could be “problematic”  Met Office meteorologist Craig Snell told The Sun: “From Tuesday next week another low-pressure system comes in from the southwest and this is going to bring more rain which could be problematic given the flooding issues across parts of the country ”  READ MORE UK snow forecast: Met Office warns -10C deep freeze from two systems  According to the Environment Agency’s 5-day flood risk outlook, some areas in particular are still at risk of flooding this week  Oxfordshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire have been highlighted as areas potentially at risk of flooding  The Environment Agency said: “Local river flooding is expected to continue today in parts of Oxfordshire, until Monday in parts of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire and until Tuesday in South Yorkshire   “Local flooding from groundwater is possible in North Lincolnshire for the next five days    “Land, roads and some properties could flood and there could be travel disruption   “Local river flooding is possible today over eastern parts of Yorkshire.  “Local surface water and river flooding is also possible in south-west England and the south of Wales on Thursday ” In a statement released yesterday, the Environment Agency urged people to “remain vigilant” against the threat of flooding  Presently, more than 100 flood warnings and alerts have been issued by the Government’s Flood Information Service    READ MORE What temperature for Cold Weather Payment to be due? How to check  Flood warnings – meaning flooding is expected and immediate action is required – have been issued for the following areas as of 9 37pm this evening (Sunday, November 17): B1040 Thorney to Whittlesey Road to the South of the River NeneButts Drain in the Butts Road and Marsh Lane areas of Barton-on-HumberCar Dyke, Billinghay Skirth and tributaries in the Billinghay areaCogenhoe Mill Caravan SiteEa Beck at Thorpe Marsh and AlmholmeGroundwater flooding in Barrow upon HumberHolderness Drain at Wawne Common and Woody CarrLow Barlings and the Short Ferry AreaLow lying properties in the Upper Hull catchmentNorth Bank Road alongside the River Nene, east of Peterborough and west of Dog-in-a-Doublet SluicePatrington Haven on Winestead DrainRiver Avon at Strensham and BredonRiver Avon at TwyningRiver Cherwell for the Oxford areaRiver Derwent at Buttercrambe MillRiver Don and River Went at Pollington, Eskholme and Pincheon GreenRiver Don at FishlakeRiver Don at Fosterhouses and Wormley HillRiver Don at StainforthRiver Don at Thorpe in BalneRiver Ray for IslipRiver Severn at Abbots Court, DeerhurstRiver Severn at Apperley and The LeighRiver Severn at AshleworthRiver Severn at BushleyRiver Severn at Chaceley and Haw BridgeRiver Severn at Clifton and Severn StokeRiver Severn at Court Meadow, Kempsey and Callow EndRiver Severn at Dunns Lane, Upton upon SevernRiver Severn at East Waterside, Upton upon SevernRiver Severn at Hampton Loade and HighleyRiver Severn at Hanley Castle and Saxons LodeRiver Severn at Hanley Road, Upton upon SevernRiver Severn at Ironbridge and JackfieldRiver Severn at Pitchcroft, North WorcesterRiver Severn at QuatfordRiver Severn at Sandhurst and MaisemoreRiver Severn at Severn Ham, TewkesburyRiver Severn at TewkesburyRiver Severn in South WorcesterRiver Trent at Carlton on Trent including Beck CottageRiver Trent at Cavendish BridgeRiver Trent at CollinghamRiver Trent at GirtonRiver Vyrnwy at MaesbrookRiver Vyrnwy at MelverleyRiver Went at Topham Ferry, SykehouseRiver Witham and associated Fens from Chapel Hill to BostonRiver Witham and associated Fens from Washingborough to MetheringhamRiver Witham and associated Fens from Woodhall Spa to Chapel HillRoam Drain and River Hull at Hempholme Flood alerts, which mean to prepare for possible flooding, have been issued for the following areas as of 9 37pm this evening: Barlings Eau and Duckpool CatchwaterBurstwick and Keyingham DrainsBurton TrentCranleigh WatersEa Beck catchmentFossdyke Canal and River TillGroundwater flooding south of the Humber EstuaryHolderness DrainHumber TributariesHundred Foot Washes in Cambridgeshire and NorfolkKempsey VillageLangford and Wendlebury Brooks from Stratton Audley down to near MertonLincoln WatercoursesLouth Canal and Waithe BeckLower Avon and tributariesLower Derwent in DerbyshireLower NeneLower River AncholmeLower River DerwentLower River Don catchmentLower River NiddLower River Soar in LeicestershireLower River WithamLower TemeLower WellandLow lying roads between Harrold and Oakley in BedfordshireMiddle Avon Rugby to BidfordMiddle NeneMiddle River Great Ouse in Milton Keynes, Bedford Borough and Central BedfordshireMinor Watercourses in North KestevenNorth Holderness Trending Rase and Upper AncholmeRiver Avon in WorcestershireRiver Cherwell from Lower Heyford down to and including OxfordRiver Churn and its tributariesRiver Churnet and River TeanRiver Coln and its tributariesRiver Dikler from Condicote to Little RissingtonRiver Evenlode from Moreton in Marsh to Cassington and also the River Glyme at Wootton and WoodstockRiver Foulness and Market Weighton catchmentRiver Hull Central catchmentRiver Idle in NottinghamshireRiver Leach from Northleach to Mill Lane near LechladeRiver Leam and River ItchenRiver Lugg south of LeominsterRiver Maun in NottinghamshireRiver Pang from East Ilsley to Pangbourne and Sulham BrookRiver Ray and its tributaries from Shipton Lee to and including IslipRiver Severn in GloucestershireRiver Severn in ShropshireRiver Severn in WorcestershireRiver Sow and River PenkRiver Thame and Chalgrove BrookRiver Thames and its small tributaries from Calcutt to LechladeRiver Thames and its tributaries from Days Lock to above PangbourneRiver Thames and tributaries from Buscot Wick down to Kings LockRiver Thames and tributaries in the Oxford areaRiver Thames for Henley, Remenham, Medmenham and its tributariesRiver Thames for the Abingdon AreaRiver Thames from Hurley to CookhamRiver Thames from Mapledurham to SonningRiver Thames from Pangbourne to PurleyRiver Tove in NorthamptonshireRiver Trent from Cromwell Weir to GainsboroughRiver Trent in DerbyshireRiver Trent in NottinghamshireRiver Went catchmentRiver Windrush from Bourton to NewbridgeRiver Wreake in LeicestershireRiver Wye in DerbyshireRiver Wye in GloucestershireRiver Wye in HerefordshireSevern Vyrnwy ConfluenceSouth East HoldernessSouth East Somerset Rivers, Upper ReachesSutton Gault Causeway in CambridgeshireTern and Perry CatchmentsThe River Dee Catchment in England from Whitchurch to ChesterTidal River Ouse, Don and the Dutch River catchmentTributaries on the Upper River Thames above CrickladeUpper Avon River Swift and Clay Coton BrookUpper Bristol Avon AreaUpper River DerwentUpper River Great Ouse in Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire and BuckinghamshireUpper River Hull AreaUpper River OuseUpper TemeWelney Causeway in NorfolkWest Somerset StreamsWitham in North Kesteven

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