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Bressenden Place All Directions - Victoria Street (Westboun×
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Map 51.5--0.14Victoria Street (Westbound) be Victoria Street (Westbound) between Bressenden Place and Artillery Row - closed to facilitate drainage works.

Location: Bressenden Place, 0.42m of Marylebone, Greater London
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First Reported: 12/12/2019, 15:14
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:14
Ambrosden Avenue All Directions - Victoria Street (Westbou×
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Map 51.5--0.14Victoria Street (Westbound) b Victoria Street (Westbound) between Artillery Row and Bressenden Place. There will be a westbound closure to facilitate drainage works.

Location: Ambrosden Avenue, 0.34m of Covent Garden, Greater London
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First Reported: 12/12/2019, 15:14
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:14
Rainham Road South All Directions - Rainham Road North juncti×
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Map 51.55-0.16Rainham Road North junction wi Rainham Road North junction with Oxlow Lane (All Directions): The traffic lights are not working at this location. The signals have now been repaired.

Location: Rainham Road South, 0.26m of Dagenham, Greater London
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First Reported: 12/12/2019, 15:14
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:14
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:11
Flood - Caution Flood Alert×
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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
Last Updated: 12/12/2019, 15:11
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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 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 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.

Location:
Flood, 3.24m of Bicester

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