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Map 50.22--4.95Caution Flood Alert Tide levels are dropping and conditions are improving. The risk of flooding from the sea has now reduced, however waves remain large particularly at exposed locations. Stay vigilant and take extra care along the coast.

Location: Flood, 5.22m of Truro
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 11:18
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 50.11--5.43Caution Flood Alert Tide levels are dropping and conditions are improving. The risk of flooding from the sea has now reduced, however waves remain large particularly at exposed locations. Stay vigilant and take extra care along the coast.

Location: Flood, 5.05m of Penzance
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 11:12
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.47--2.61Caution Flood Alert

Location: Flood, 1.75m of Bristol
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 10:51
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.86--1.11Caution Flood Alert Levels on the River Ray have fallen and are expected to continue to fall through today. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. Therefore further flooding of low lying land and roads is no longer expected. There may be water in fields and low lying land for several days. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings. Rivers remain sensitive to further rainfall.

Location: Flood, 3.24m of Bicester
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 09:48
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 50.71--2.51Caution Flood Alert Groundwater levels at Kingston Russell borehole have levelled off and the risk of flooding is receding. Some minor flooding to roads may continue, but with a more settled period forecast for the remainder of the week, a general improvement is expected.

Location: Flood, 3.37m of Dorchester
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 15:42
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.42--1.6Caution Flood Alert Property flooding is not currently expected. Levels on the River Kennet are still high but falling slowly in the area between Ramsbury and Chilton Foliat and should continue to fall over the next couple of days. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings, flood waters may be deep and fast flowing. Please refer to river levels on the internet for current river levels. This message will be updated this evening (17/04/2018).

Location: Flood, 3.51m of Hungerford
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 09:49
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.79--1.85Caution Flood Alert Property flooding is not currently expected. Levels on the River Coln in the Fosse Bridge area are still falling very slowly. Levels in the rest of the River Coln are stable. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. We are constantly monitoring river levels. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings, flood waters may be deep and fast flowing. Please refer to river levels on the internet for current river levels. This message will be updated this evening (17/04/2018).

Location: Flood, 4.24m of Barnsley
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 09:49
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.85--1.64Caution Flood Alert Property flooding is not currently expected. Levels in the River Windrush in the Newbridge area are still falling slowly and will continue to fall over the next couple of days. Levels in the rest of the River Windrush are stable, but there may be standing water in low lying areas. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings, flood waters may be deep and fast flowing. Please refer to river levels on the internet for current river levels. This message will be updated this evening (17/04/2018).

Location: Flood, 4.72m of Chipping Norton
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 09:49
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 53.29--0.76Caution Flood Alert Levels on the Tidal River Trent are rising with the morning high tide but will fall during the day. Levels will then rise into this evening once more with the high tide. This is in result to high tides. As a result, flooding of low lying agricultural land and roads around Church Laneham to Rampton Road is likely to start after 10am this morning. Peak high tide is expected between 9:30am and 11:30am. River levels will begin to fall with the low tide but is expected to rise again this evening with the high tide between approximately 9pm and 11pm, but river levels are not likely to cause flooding. We urge residents to prepare, remain vigilant and avoid walking and driving through flood water. We are closely monitoring the situation. We will endeavour to update this message this evening, 17th/04/2018 or as the situation changes.

Location: Flood, 6.57m of Gainsborough
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 09:40
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 53.38--2.6Caution Flood Alert The next high tide for the Mersey Estuary at Warrington is expected to be higher than usual at 13:30 17/04/2018. Flooding of low lying land is possible in the following places: Fiddlers Ferry between 13:30 and 14:15. Eastford Road between 13:45 and 14:30. Arpley Bridge between 14:00 and 14:45. It is possible that river levels may affect Arpley Road under the railway bridge. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care around locations adjacent to the Mersey Estuary in Warrington. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you if necessary. Detailed tidal information for those who use it: the forecast high tide level is 5.28mAOD at Liverpool Gladstone Dock, this is 0.61 metres above astronomical tide level.

Location: Flood, 0.56m of Warrington
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 08:59
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 52.47-0.19Caution Flood Alert This message has been issued due to water levels remaining high following rainfall over the last few days. This information is correct as of 07:30 on Tuesday 17th/04/2018. The causeway at Welney has approximately 15 centimetres of water on the road. The causeway at Sutton Gault has approximately 1 centimetre of water on the road. There are currently no issues on the Earith Causeway. Due to the uneven surface of the roads, water may be deeper in places. The forecast is for no rain over the next few days. We are expecting river levels to remain high. Locations most at risk are Hundred Foot Washes, also known as the Ouse Washes, including the causeways at Earith, Sutton Gault and Welney. The Environment Agency are continuing to monitor river levels.

Location: Flood, 5.81m of Ely
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First Reported: 17/04/2018, 07:55
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 53.27--4.46Caution Flood Alert A Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Holyhead, the time and date of the forecast high water is 11:00 AM on Tuesday the 17th /04/. Wind will be force 6 from a southerly direction. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

Location: Flood, 5.19m of Llangefni
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 20:19
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 52.87--4.23Caution Flood Alert A Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Barmouth, the time and date of the forecast high water is 9:00 AM on Tuesday the 17th /04/. Wind Force 7 from a Southerly direction. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

Location: Flood, 6.38m of Porthmadog
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 20:08
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 50.72--2.76Caution Flood Alert This alert is issued for the high tide at West Bay Harbour at 08:30am tomorrow, Tuesday 17th/04/and will remain in force for two hours following the time of high tide. Strong winds are forecast to cause waves overtopping sea defences and sea spray at West Bay Harbour throughout the period between 7.30am and 9:30am. Expect tides to be higher than usual. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this Alert for any subsequent tides if required. Detailed tidal information for those who use it; The forecast high tide level is 2.42 mAOD, this is 0.36 metres above astronomical tide level. Forecast Wind direction is southerly and Force 6.

Location: Flood, 5.77m of Beaminster
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 17:04
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 53.87--2.95Caution Flood Alert A Flood Alert has been issued for the Wyre Estuary for around the high astronomical tide predicted at 13:00 BST on 17/04/2018. The forecast peak water level is 5.22mAOD at 12:45 BST. The total surge is 0.47m. The wind direction will be South and wind speed Force 5 - 6.

Location: Flood, 3.63m of Fleetwood
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 15:29
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 54.69--3.52Caution Flood Alert This alert is issued for the lunchtime high tide at 1:30pm on Tuesday 17/04/18. The location likely to be affected is Maryport. Note that the night-time high tide tonight Monday 16/04/18 is not expected to reach flood alert level. Onshore flooding may occur to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast for the period between 11:30am and 3:30pm on Tuesday. Tides are high currently due to spring tides. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this alert for subsequent high tides if needed, however, at the moment we do not expect subsequent high tides to reach alert level. Detailed tidal information: The forecast high tide level is 4.81m AoD at Silloth and 4.34m at Workington. We forecast additional surge of approximately 0.5m.

Location: Flood, 6.84m of Cockermouth
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 14:54
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 54.92--3.18Caution Flood Alert This alert is issued for the lunchtime high tide at 1:40pm on Tuesday 17/04/18. The location likely to be affected is Port Carlisle. Note that the night-time high tide tonight Monday 16/04/18 is not expected to reach flood alert level. Onshore flooding may occur to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast for the period between 11:30am and 3:30pm on Tuesday. Tides are high currently due to spring tides. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this alert for subsequent high tides if needed, however, at the moment we do not expect subsequent high tides to reach alert level. Detailed tidal information: The forecast high tide level is 4.81m AoD at Silloth. We forecast additional surge of approximately 0.5m.

Location: Flood, 6.19m of Gretna
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 14:54
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 54.18--2.97Caution Flood Alert This alert is issued for the lunchtime high tide at 1:05pm on Tuesday 17/04/18. The locations likely to be affected are Sandside and Canal Foot. Note that the night-time high tide tonight Monday 16/04/18 is not expected to reach flood alert level. Onshore flooding may occur to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast for the period between 11am and 3pm on Tuesday. Tides are high currently due to spring tides. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this alert for subsequent high tides if needed, however, at the moment we do not expect subsequent high tides to reach alert level. Detailed tidal information: The forecast high tide level is 5.03m AoD at Heysham, and 4.76m at Barrow. We forecast additional surge of approximately 0.5m

Location: Flood, 9.46m of Morecambe
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 14:54
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 50.41--3.56Caution Flood Alert Flooding is possible over the high tide on Tuesday morning. High water at Teignmouth is at 8.30am, times of high water will vary along the coast. Strong force 6 southerly winds and offshore wave heights of 2m at Teignmouth and 3m at Start Bay are forecast to cause wave overtopping of sea defences and sea spray in exposed coastal locations at Beesands, Torcross, Dawlish and Torbay. Expect tides to be around 160mm higher than predicted due to weather conditions. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. Keep up to date with weather and tide conditions on local radio. We will continue to monitor the situation and issue updates as required. Detailed tidal information for those who use it; The forecast high tide level at Teignmouth is 2.27 mAOD, this is 0.16 metres above astronomical tide level.

Location: Flood, 1.47m of Paignton
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 13:10
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 52.31--4.31Caution Flood Alert Over the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 9:30 AM and 9:50 PM at Aberystwyth local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

Location: Flood, 5.04m of Aberaeron
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 11:44
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.55--3.92Caution Flood Alert Over the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Mumbles, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

Location: Flood, 3.93m of The Mumbles
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 11:44
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Map 51.76--4.34Caution Flood Alert Over the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Milford Haven, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

Location: Flood, 7.15m of Carmarthen
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 11:43
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Map 51.86--4.98Caution Flood Alert Over the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Milford Haven, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

Location: Flood, 3.9m of Haverfordwest
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 11:43
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Map 51.63--4.14Caution Flood Alert Over the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Mumbles, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Residents in Osborne Place in Crofty should monitor the situation and consider closing their flood gates if necessary. Care should be taken when travelling on coastal roads in the area near high tide.

Location: Flood, 3.16m of Llanelli
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 11:42
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.46--0.27Caution Flood Alert "The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 124 cubic metres per second and is falling. We anticipate the flows to fall slowly for the next 5 days. The forecast high tide at Richmond will be 4.60mAOD at 16:00 BST on 16 Apr 2018 with a high confidence and 4.70mAOD at 04:15 BST on 17 Apr 2018 with a high confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Putney Embankment (SW15), Chiswick Mall and Strand on the Green (W4), Thames Bank at Mortlake (SW14), Ranelagh Drive (TW1), Friars Lane and Water Lane (TW9), Riverside and The Embankment at Twickenham, and the Towpath below Teddington Lock."

Location: Flood, 0.69m of Kew Gardens
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 09:26
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 51.02--1.91Caution Flood Alert Details of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

Location: Flood, 6.28m of Salisbury
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First Reported: 13/04/2018, 16:17
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 50.76--2.26Caution Flood Alert Details of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

Location: Flood, 6.54m of Wool
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First Reported: 13/04/2018, 16:17
Last Updated: 15/08/2018, 22:02
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Map 50.69--2.33Caution Flood Alert Details of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

Location: Flood, 4.93m of Wool
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First Reported: 13/04/2018, 16:17
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Map 50.79--1.75Caution Flood Alert Details of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

Location: Flood, 4.24m of Saint Ives
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First Reported: 13/04/2018, 16:17
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Map 51.21--1.96Caution Flood Alert Groundwater levels on Salisbury Plain continue to rise slowly to the north of Salisbury including the Till, Avon and Bourne valleys. Conditions in some parts of the Wylye valley have now started Some minor roads are still flooded however and some householders may experience problems with septic tanks. There is a chance of some heavy rain on Sunday which, when combined with the existing very wet conditions may lead to further problems. Otherwise, more settled weather is expected next week and a real reduction in groundwater problems should follow. Motorists should take special care to ensure their own safety and to prevent their wash from flooding properties alongside roads that are under water.

Location: Flood, 5.33m of Stockton
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First Reported: 13/04/2018, 15:55
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Map 50.76--2.34Caution Flood Alert Groundwater levels across the West of Dorset have now started to fall back at nearly every monitoring point. Some minor roads are still flooded however and some householders may experience problems with septic tanks. There is a chance of some heavy rain on Sunday which, when combined with the existing very wet conditions may lead to further problems. Otherwise, more settled weather is expected next week and a real reduction in groundwater problems should follow. Motorists should take special care to ensure their own safety and to prevent their wash from flooding properties alongside roads that are under water.

Location: Flood, 5.05m of Dorchester
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First Reported: 13/04/2018, 15:55
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Map 50.94--1.96Caution Flood Alert Groundwater levels across Cranborne Chase have now started to fall back at nearly every monitoring point. Some minor roads are still flooded however and some householders may experience problems with septic tanks. There is a chance of some heavy rain on Sunday which, when combined with the existing very wet conditions may lead to further problems. Otherwise, more settled weather is expected next week and a real reduction in groundwater problems should follow. The roads at Minchington, Monkton up Wimborne and Stubhamton are still under water and there is a lot of standing water on fields.Motorists should take special care to ensure their own safety and to prevent their wash from flooding properties alongside roads that are under water.

Location: Flood, 4.47m of Farnham
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First Reported: 13/04/2018, 15:55
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Map 51.74--4.36Caution Flood Alert The tide on Tuesday morning is set to occur at approximately 8:00 am local time at Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park. This tide will coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. Winds are forecast to be force 7 from a south-south-west direction. Water levels are forecast to cause water to overtop defences on the most exposed parts of the park. Although the conditions only indicate a marginal breach of the flood warning thresholds, chalets closest to these defences could be affected. Conditions near the exposed defences are likely to be dangerous. Conditions on Tuesday evening are expected to improve, though wave overtopping is still possible. Unless there is a significant change in the forecast, this flood warning will be removed on Tuesday afternoon and the flood alert will remain in force for Tuesday evening and possibly Wednesday morning.

Location: Flood, 8.53m of Carmarthen
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 15:46
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Map 51.86--5.13Caution Flood Alert This Flood Warning is for the high tide tomorrow morning on Tuesday 17th /04/. The tide on Tuesday morning is set to occur at approximately 8:15 am local time in Newgale. This tide will coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. Winds are forecast to be force 7 from a south-south-west direction. Water levels are forecast to run up to the top of the pebble bank; this gives a high risk that water could overtop the bank. It is possible that debris, such as pebbles, could be moved onto the road disrupting traffic. Water could also accumulate on the road, around properties and on low lying land in the area. Although conditions are set to improve by the high tide on Tuesday evening, if there is significant change in the forecast, or any alteration to the pebble bank this message will be updated, and the flood warning will remain in force for both tides.

Location: Flood, 7.62m of Haverfordwest
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First Reported: 16/04/2018, 15:37
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Map 51.71--5.17Caution Flood Alert This Flood Warning is for the high tide tomorrow morning on Tuesday 17th /04/. The tide on Tuesday morning is set to occur at approximately 8:00 am local time in Dale. This tide will coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. Winds are forecast to be force 7 from a south-south-west direction. Water levels are forecast to run up to the top of the slipway and therefore the flood gates on the slipway should be installed to minimise any impacts of flooding. Although the conditions only indicate a marginal breach of the flood warning thresholds, water may still overtop the sea wall near this location and could pool on the road near properties; residents in seafront properties should monitor the situation and take steps to protect themselves as necessary.

Location: Flood, 5.88m of Milford Haven
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Caution Flood AlertThis Flood Warning is for the high tide tomorrow morning on Tuesday 17th /04/. The tide on Tuesday morning is set to occur at approximately 8:00 am local time in Dale. This tide will coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. Winds are forecast to be force 7 from a south-south-west direction. Water levels are forecast to run up to the top of the slipway and therefore the flood gates on the slipway should be installed to minimise any impacts of flooding. Although the conditions only indicate a marginal breach of the flood warning thresholds, water may still overtop the sea wall near this location and could pool on the road near properties; residents in seafront properties should monitor the situation and take steps to protect themselves as necessary.

Location:
Flood, 5.88m of Milford Haven

Caution Flood AlertThis Flood Warning is for the high tide tomorrow morning on Tuesday 17th /04/. The tide on Tuesday morning is set to occur at approximately 8:15 am local time in Newgale. This tide will coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. Winds are forecast to be force 7 from a south-south-west direction. Water levels are forecast to run up to the top of the pebble bank; this gives a high risk that water could overtop the bank. It is possible that debris, such as pebbles, could be moved onto the road disrupting traffic. Water could also accumulate on the road, around properties and on low lying land in the area. Although conditions are set to improve by the high tide on Tuesday evening, if there is significant change in the forecast, or any alteration to the pebble bank this message will be updated, and the flood warning will remain in force for both tides.

Location:
Flood, 7.62m of Haverfordwest

Caution Flood AlertThe tide on Tuesday morning is set to occur at approximately 8:00 am local time at Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park. This tide will coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. Winds are forecast to be force 7 from a south-south-west direction. Water levels are forecast to cause water to overtop defences on the most exposed parts of the park. Although the conditions only indicate a marginal breach of the flood warning thresholds, chalets closest to these defences could be affected. Conditions near the exposed defences are likely to be dangerous. Conditions on Tuesday evening are expected to improve, though wave overtopping is still possible. Unless there is a significant change in the forecast, this flood warning will be removed on Tuesday afternoon and the flood alert will remain in force for Tuesday evening and possibly Wednesday morning.

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Flood, 8.53m of Carmarthen

Caution Flood AlertGroundwater levels across Cranborne Chase have now started to fall back at nearly every monitoring point. Some minor roads are still flooded however and some householders may experience problems with septic tanks. There is a chance of some heavy rain on Sunday which, when combined with the existing very wet conditions may lead to further problems. Otherwise, more settled weather is expected next week and a real reduction in groundwater problems should follow. The roads at Minchington, Monkton up Wimborne and Stubhamton are still under water and there is a lot of standing water on fields.Motorists should take special care to ensure their own safety and to prevent their wash from flooding properties alongside roads that are under water.

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Flood, 4.47m of Farnham

Caution Flood AlertGroundwater levels across the West of Dorset have now started to fall back at nearly every monitoring point. Some minor roads are still flooded however and some householders may experience problems with septic tanks. There is a chance of some heavy rain on Sunday which, when combined with the existing very wet conditions may lead to further problems. Otherwise, more settled weather is expected next week and a real reduction in groundwater problems should follow. Motorists should take special care to ensure their own safety and to prevent their wash from flooding properties alongside roads that are under water.

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Flood, 5.05m of Dorchester

Caution Flood AlertGroundwater levels on Salisbury Plain continue to rise slowly to the north of Salisbury including the Till, Avon and Bourne valleys. Conditions in some parts of the Wylye valley have now started Some minor roads are still flooded however and some householders may experience problems with septic tanks. There is a chance of some heavy rain on Sunday which, when combined with the existing very wet conditions may lead to further problems. Otherwise, more settled weather is expected next week and a real reduction in groundwater problems should follow. Motorists should take special care to ensure their own safety and to prevent their wash from flooding properties alongside roads that are under water.

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Flood, 5.33m of Stockton

Caution Flood AlertDetails of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

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Flood, 4.24m of Saint Ives

Caution Flood AlertDetails of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

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Flood, 4.93m of Wool

Caution Flood AlertDetails of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

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Flood, 6.54m of Wool

Caution Flood AlertDetails of the previously issued Flood Alert have been updated. River levels in the area remain above flood alert thresholds after a period of persistent wet weather. There is further rainfall expected at the weekend with more settled weather expected next week. We will continue to monitor the river levels and update this message if the situation changes. Residents with flood protection equipment are advised to ensure that it remains operational.

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Flood, 6.28m of Salisbury

Caution Flood Alert"The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 124 cubic metres per second and is falling. We anticipate the flows to fall slowly for the next 5 days. The forecast high tide at Richmond will be 4.60mAOD at 16:00 BST on 16 Apr 2018 with a high confidence and 4.70mAOD at 04:15 BST on 17 Apr 2018 with a high confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Putney Embankment (SW15), Chiswick Mall and Strand on the Green (W4), Thames Bank at Mortlake (SW14), Ranelagh Drive (TW1), Friars Lane and Water Lane (TW9), Riverside and The Embankment at Twickenham, and the Towpath below Teddington Lock."

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Flood, 0.69m of Kew Gardens

Caution Flood AlertOver the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Mumbles, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Residents in Osborne Place in Crofty should monitor the situation and consider closing their flood gates if necessary. Care should be taken when travelling on coastal roads in the area near high tide.

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Flood, 3.16m of Llanelli

Caution Flood AlertOver the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Milford Haven, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

Location:
Flood, 3.9m of Haverfordwest

Caution Flood AlertOver the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Milford Haven, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

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Flood, 7.15m of Carmarthen

Caution Flood AlertOver the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 8:00 AM and 8:15 PM at Mumbles, local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

Location:
Flood, 3.93m of The Mumbles

Caution Flood AlertOver the next few days high tides are expected to coincide with tidal surge and moderate to large offshore waves. The greatest impacts are expected during the high tides on Tuesday 17th /04/, set to occur at approximately 9:30 AM and 9:50 PM at Aberystwyth local time. The tide on Tuesday morning is expected to give the greatest impacts. Care should be taken at exposed locations around the coast such as sea front areas, roads adjacent to the sea and promenades. Wave overtopping is expected at some locations; this can be dangerous and may contain debris. The wind is forecast to be approximately force 7 from a south- south- westerly direction. Offshore waves are expected to be moderate to large.

Location:
Flood, 5.04m of Aberaeron

Caution Flood AlertFlooding is possible over the high tide on Tuesday morning. High water at Teignmouth is at 8.30am, times of high water will vary along the coast. Strong force 6 southerly winds and offshore wave heights of 2m at Teignmouth and 3m at Start Bay are forecast to cause wave overtopping of sea defences and sea spray in exposed coastal locations at Beesands, Torcross, Dawlish and Torbay. Expect tides to be around 160mm higher than predicted due to weather conditions. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. Keep up to date with weather and tide conditions on local radio. We will continue to monitor the situation and issue updates as required. Detailed tidal information for those who use it; The forecast high tide level at Teignmouth is 2.27 mAOD, this is 0.16 metres above astronomical tide level.

Location:
Flood, 1.47m of Paignton

Caution Flood AlertThis alert is issued for the lunchtime high tide at 1:05pm on Tuesday 17/04/18. The locations likely to be affected are Sandside and Canal Foot. Note that the night-time high tide tonight Monday 16/04/18 is not expected to reach flood alert level. Onshore flooding may occur to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast for the period between 11am and 3pm on Tuesday. Tides are high currently due to spring tides. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this alert for subsequent high tides if needed, however, at the moment we do not expect subsequent high tides to reach alert level. Detailed tidal information: The forecast high tide level is 5.03m AoD at Heysham, and 4.76m at Barrow. We forecast additional surge of approximately 0.5m

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Flood, 9.46m of Morecambe

Caution Flood AlertThis alert is issued for the lunchtime high tide at 1:40pm on Tuesday 17/04/18. The location likely to be affected is Port Carlisle. Note that the night-time high tide tonight Monday 16/04/18 is not expected to reach flood alert level. Onshore flooding may occur to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast for the period between 11:30am and 3:30pm on Tuesday. Tides are high currently due to spring tides. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this alert for subsequent high tides if needed, however, at the moment we do not expect subsequent high tides to reach alert level. Detailed tidal information: The forecast high tide level is 4.81m AoD at Silloth. We forecast additional surge of approximately 0.5m.

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Flood, 6.19m of Gretna

Caution Flood AlertThis alert is issued for the lunchtime high tide at 1:30pm on Tuesday 17/04/18. The location likely to be affected is Maryport. Note that the night-time high tide tonight Monday 16/04/18 is not expected to reach flood alert level. Onshore flooding may occur to roads, and some properties along the coast may be affected. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast for the period between 11:30am and 3:30pm on Tuesday. Tides are high currently due to spring tides. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this alert for subsequent high tides if needed, however, at the moment we do not expect subsequent high tides to reach alert level. Detailed tidal information: The forecast high tide level is 4.81m AoD at Silloth and 4.34m at Workington. We forecast additional surge of approximately 0.5m.

Location:
Flood, 6.84m of Cockermouth

Caution Flood AlertA Flood Alert has been issued for the Wyre Estuary for around the high astronomical tide predicted at 13:00 BST on 17/04/2018. The forecast peak water level is 5.22mAOD at 12:45 BST. The total surge is 0.47m. The wind direction will be South and wind speed Force 5 - 6.

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Flood, 3.63m of Fleetwood

Caution Flood AlertThis alert is issued for the high tide at West Bay Harbour at 08:30am tomorrow, Tuesday 17th/04/and will remain in force for two hours following the time of high tide. Strong winds are forecast to cause waves overtopping sea defences and sea spray at West Bay Harbour throughout the period between 7.30am and 9:30am. Expect tides to be higher than usual. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. We will continue to monitor the situation and reissue this Alert for any subsequent tides if required. Detailed tidal information for those who use it; The forecast high tide level is 2.42 mAOD, this is 0.36 metres above astronomical tide level. Forecast Wind direction is southerly and Force 6.

Location:
Flood, 5.77m of Beaminster

Caution Flood AlertA Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Barmouth, the time and date of the forecast high water is 9:00 AM on Tuesday the 17th /04/. Wind Force 7 from a Southerly direction. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

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Flood, 6.38m of Porthmadog

Caution Flood AlertA Tidal Flood Alert is now in force. At Holyhead, the time and date of the forecast high water is 11:00 AM on Tuesday the 17th /04/. Wind will be force 6 from a southerly direction. We will continue to monitor the situation. This message remains in force until further notice.

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Flood, 5.19m of Llangefni

Caution Flood AlertThis message has been issued due to water levels remaining high following rainfall over the last few days. This information is correct as of 07:30 on Tuesday 17th/04/2018. The causeway at Welney has approximately 15 centimetres of water on the road. The causeway at Sutton Gault has approximately 1 centimetre of water on the road. There are currently no issues on the Earith Causeway. Due to the uneven surface of the roads, water may be deeper in places. The forecast is for no rain over the next few days. We are expecting river levels to remain high. Locations most at risk are Hundred Foot Washes, also known as the Ouse Washes, including the causeways at Earith, Sutton Gault and Welney. The Environment Agency are continuing to monitor river levels.

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Flood, 5.81m of Ely

Caution Flood AlertThe next high tide for the Mersey Estuary at Warrington is expected to be higher than usual at 13:30 17/04/2018. Flooding of low lying land is possible in the following places: Fiddlers Ferry between 13:30 and 14:15. Eastford Road between 13:45 and 14:30. Arpley Bridge between 14:00 and 14:45. It is possible that river levels may affect Arpley Road under the railway bridge. People are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care around locations adjacent to the Mersey Estuary in Warrington. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you if necessary. Detailed tidal information for those who use it: the forecast high tide level is 5.28mAOD at Liverpool Gladstone Dock, this is 0.61 metres above astronomical tide level.

Location:
Flood, 0.56m of Warrington

Caution Flood AlertLevels on the Tidal River Trent are rising with the morning high tide but will fall during the day. Levels will then rise into this evening once more with the high tide. This is in result to high tides. As a result, flooding of low lying agricultural land and roads around Church Laneham to Rampton Road is likely to start after 10am this morning. Peak high tide is expected between 9:30am and 11:30am. River levels will begin to fall with the low tide but is expected to rise again this evening with the high tide between approximately 9pm and 11pm, but river levels are not likely to cause flooding. We urge residents to prepare, remain vigilant and avoid walking and driving through flood water. We are closely monitoring the situation. We will endeavour to update this message this evening, 17th/04/2018 or as the situation changes.

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Flood, 6.57m of Gainsborough

Caution Flood AlertProperty flooding is not currently expected. Levels in the River Windrush in the Newbridge area are still falling slowly and will continue to fall over the next couple of days. Levels in the rest of the River Windrush are stable, but there may be standing water in low lying areas. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings, flood waters may be deep and fast flowing. Please refer to river levels on the internet for current river levels. This message will be updated this evening (17/04/2018).

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Flood, 4.72m of Chipping Norton

Caution Flood AlertProperty flooding is not currently expected. Levels on the River Coln in the Fosse Bridge area are still falling very slowly. Levels in the rest of the River Coln are stable. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. We are constantly monitoring river levels. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings, flood waters may be deep and fast flowing. Please refer to river levels on the internet for current river levels. This message will be updated this evening (17/04/2018).

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Flood, 4.24m of Barnsley

Caution Flood AlertProperty flooding is not currently expected. Levels on the River Kennet are still high but falling slowly in the area between Ramsbury and Chilton Foliat and should continue to fall over the next couple of days. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings, flood waters may be deep and fast flowing. Please refer to river levels on the internet for current river levels. This message will be updated this evening (17/04/2018).

Location:
Flood, 3.51m of Hungerford

Caution Flood AlertGroundwater levels at Kingston Russell borehole have levelled off and the risk of flooding is receding. Some minor flooding to roads may continue, but with a more settled period forecast for the remainder of the week, a general improvement is expected.

Location:
Flood, 3.37m of Dorchester

Caution Flood AlertLevels on the River Ray have fallen and are expected to continue to fall through today. Today and Wednesday are forecast to be dry. Therefore further flooding of low lying land and roads is no longer expected. There may be water in fields and low lying land for several days. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings. Rivers remain sensitive to further rainfall.

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Flood, 3.24m of Bicester

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Flood, 1.75m of Bristol

Caution Flood AlertTide levels are dropping and conditions are improving. The risk of flooding from the sea has now reduced, however waves remain large particularly at exposed locations. Stay vigilant and take extra care along the coast.

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Flood, 5.05m of Penzance

Caution Flood AlertTide levels are dropping and conditions are improving. The risk of flooding from the sea has now reduced, however waves remain large particularly at exposed locations. Stay vigilant and take extra care along the coast.

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Flood, 5.22m of Truro

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