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Map 51.22--3.61Caution Flood Alert The high tide on Wednesday evening is not forecast to reach flood alert level, however the high tide on Thursday morning will reach flood alert level so this message remains in force. The time and date of the first forecast high water is 21:00 on Wednesday 23/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 6.51 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 4 West South West. The time and date of the second forecast high water is 09:15 on Thursday 24/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 6.26 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 4 West. Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Hinkley Point.

Location: Flood, 5.71m of Minehead
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:06
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 51.47--2.61Caution Flood Alert We are in a period of high tides and this flood alert is likely to remain in force the next two days. The time and date of the first forecast high water is 21:30 on Wednesday 23/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 7.56 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 5 Westerly. The time and date of the second forecast high water is 09:45 on Thursday 24/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 7.35 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 4 Westerly. Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth.

Location: Flood, 1.75m of Bristol
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:29
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 53.87--2.95Caution Flood Alert A Flood Alert is in force for the high tide at 01:30 BST on 24/08/2017. Tidal spray and onshore flooding may occur on roads and promenades around Hambleton. High water levels can be expected 1 hour before and after the peak of the high tide. The forecast tide height is 5.22m A.O.D. Environment Agency officers will be monitoring sea levels and checking defences throughout the day and an update will be issued if the situation changes.

Location: Flood, 3.63m of Fleetwood
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 15:30
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 53.8--1.48Caution Flood Alert No further rainfall is now expected in the Wyke beck catchment. The river levels continue to fall, however we are still closely monitoring the situation from the Leeds Incident Room. Please be aware that there may still be surface water issues so remain aware of your surroundings. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast on our website or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

Location: Flood, 4.19m of Leeds
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:16
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 54.18--2.97Caution Flood Alert A Flood Alert is in force for the high tide in the early hours of Thursday 24/08/2017, tidal spray and onshore flooding may occur to roads and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are warned to stay away from the coast. The tide is forecast to peak between 00:30 and 02:30 on 24/08/2017. We forecast that the astronomical tide of 5.23m AOD at Heysham and 4.87m AOD at Barrow will have a surge of 5cm. High water can be expected for 2 hours before and after the peak. For conversion between AOD and local chart or port datums please check your tide tables.

Location: Flood, 9.46m of Morecambe
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 16:40
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 53.81--1.57Caution Flood Alert River levels across the Wyke Beck, Meanwood Beck and Wortley Beck Catchments have now fallen below levels of concern and we are not currently forecasting any further significant impacts. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast at https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/5-day-flood-risk or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

Location: Flood, 0.75m of Leeds
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:44
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 54.27--0.94Caution Flood Alert This alert is no longer in force as river levels have stopped rising. We will continue to monitor the situation.

Location: Flood, 12.81m of Sutton
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 20:35
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 53.82--1.49Caution Flood Alert No further rainfall is now expected in the Wyke beck catchment. The river levels continue to fall, however we are still closely monitoring the situation from the Leeds Incident Room. Please be aware that there may still be surface water issues so remain aware of your surroundings. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast on our website or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

Location: Flood, 4.33m of Leeds
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:18
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 53.81--1.49Caution Flood Alert No further rainfall is now expected in the Wyke beck catchment. The river levels continue to fall, however we are still closely monitoring the situation from the Leeds Incident Room. Please be aware that there may still be surface water issues so remain aware of your surroundings. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast on our website or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

Location: Flood, 4m of Leeds
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:20
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 51.7--2.67Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 4.67m of Chepstow
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:38
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 53.67--1.51Caution Flood Alert River levels across the Ings Beck Catchment have now fallen below levels of concern and we are not currently forecasting any further significant impacts. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast at https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/5-day-flood-risk or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

Location: Flood, 2.14m of Wakefield
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 12:47
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Map 54.46--0.75Caution Flood Alert The flood alert has been removed as no further significant rainfall is expected. Surface water may still be present.

Location: Flood, 5.06m of Whitby
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First Reported: 23/08/2017, 15:56
Last Updated: 24/08/2017, 04:02
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Caution Flood AlertThe flood alert has been removed as no further significant rainfall is expected. Surface water may still be present.

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Flood, 5.06m of Whitby

Caution Flood AlertRiver levels across the Ings Beck Catchment have now fallen below levels of concern and we are not currently forecasting any further significant impacts. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast at https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/5-day-flood-risk or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

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Flood, 2.14m of Wakefield

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Flood, 4.67m of Chepstow

Caution Flood AlertNo further rainfall is now expected in the Wyke beck catchment. The river levels continue to fall, however we are still closely monitoring the situation from the Leeds Incident Room. Please be aware that there may still be surface water issues so remain aware of your surroundings. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast on our website or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

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Flood, 4m of Leeds

Caution Flood AlertNo further rainfall is now expected in the Wyke beck catchment. The river levels continue to fall, however we are still closely monitoring the situation from the Leeds Incident Room. Please be aware that there may still be surface water issues so remain aware of your surroundings. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast on our website or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

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Flood, 4.33m of Leeds

Caution Flood AlertThis alert is no longer in force as river levels have stopped rising. We will continue to monitor the situation.

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Flood, 12.81m of Sutton

Caution Flood AlertRiver levels across the Wyke Beck, Meanwood Beck and Wortley Beck Catchments have now fallen below levels of concern and we are not currently forecasting any further significant impacts. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast at https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/5-day-flood-risk or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

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Flood, 0.75m of Leeds

Caution Flood AlertA Flood Alert is in force for the high tide in the early hours of Thursday 24/08/2017, tidal spray and onshore flooding may occur to roads and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are warned to stay away from the coast. The tide is forecast to peak between 00:30 and 02:30 on 24/08/2017. We forecast that the astronomical tide of 5.23m AOD at Heysham and 4.87m AOD at Barrow will have a surge of 5cm. High water can be expected for 2 hours before and after the peak. For conversion between AOD and local chart or port datums please check your tide tables.

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Flood, 9.46m of Morecambe

Caution Flood AlertNo further rainfall is now expected in the Wyke beck catchment. The river levels continue to fall, however we are still closely monitoring the situation from the Leeds Incident Room. Please be aware that there may still be surface water issues so remain aware of your surroundings. Please keep up to date with the latest forecast information via our 5 day forecast on our website or the Met Office at www.metoffice.gov.uk

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Flood, 4.19m of Leeds

Caution Flood AlertA Flood Alert is in force for the high tide at 01:30 BST on 24/08/2017. Tidal spray and onshore flooding may occur on roads and promenades around Hambleton. High water levels can be expected 1 hour before and after the peak of the high tide. The forecast tide height is 5.22m A.O.D. Environment Agency officers will be monitoring sea levels and checking defences throughout the day and an update will be issued if the situation changes.

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Flood, 3.63m of Fleetwood

Caution Flood AlertWe are in a period of high tides and this flood alert is likely to remain in force the next two days. The time and date of the first forecast high water is 21:30 on Wednesday 23/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 7.56 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 5 Westerly. The time and date of the second forecast high water is 09:45 on Thursday 24/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 7.35 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 4 Westerly. Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth.

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Flood, 1.75m of Bristol

Caution Flood AlertThe high tide on Wednesday evening is not forecast to reach flood alert level, however the high tide on Thursday morning will reach flood alert level so this message remains in force. The time and date of the first forecast high water is 21:00 on Wednesday 23/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 6.51 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 4 West South West. The time and date of the second forecast high water is 09:15 on Thursday 24/08/2017. The forecast tide level is 6.26 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 4 West. Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Hinkley Point.

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Flood, 5.71m of Minehead

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