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Latest news on all flood warnings from the Environment Agency, including the Severn River in Tewkesbury

Flood warnings are still going on across Gloucestershire as Storm Dennis continues to hit streets and homes.

The Environment Agency has launched a red warning along the Severn River in Tewkesbury warning that a flood is expected and immediate action is needed.

Floods are already hitting low roads and farmland in the area.

The Environment Agency has warned that the following areas could be affected by floods:

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The most important news from Gloucestershire today

River Severn at Abbots Court, Deerhurst

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels have risen to the Haw Bridge River Indicator due to heavy rain. As a result, it is now possible to flood property, roads and agricultural land, 02/16/20. Flooding is hitting Abbots Court, Deerhurst. Peak expected at Haw Bridge from 5.0 m to 5.4 m on Tuesday 18/02/20. We expect river levels to remain high for the next few days. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Our accident response personnel are monitoring the defenses. Please plan driving routes to avoid low roads near rivers, which could be flooded. This message will be updated by 18:00 on 16/02/20 or as the situation changes.

River Severn in Apperley and The Leigh

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels remain high at the Haw Bridge River Indicator due to heavy rain. As a result, floods of property, roads and farmland are expected to continue. Flooding is hitting Gabb Lane in Apperley and in local trailer parks. Peak expected at Haw Bridge 5 to 5.4 m Tuesday, 2/18/20; More rainfall is expected in the next 12 hours following Storm Dennis. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Please plan driving routes to avoid low roads near rivers, which could be flooded. This message will be updated by 17:00 on 16/02/20 or as the situation changes.

Severn River in Bushley

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels have risen to the Mythe Bridge river marker due to persistent heavy rain. As a result, floods of property, roads and farmland are expected from today, 2/16/2020. Flooding is affecting property and roads in and around Bushley. Expected peaks: – in Mythe from 4.5 m to 4.9 m on Tuesday, Upper Pound from 4.5 m to 5 m on Tuesday. Further scattered showers are expected in the next 48 hours. We expect river levels to remain high in the coming days. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Our incident response personnel are monitoring the defenses and collaborating with the emergency services. Be prepared to move valuables and objects off the ground or safely and avoid contact with flood waters. This message will be updated by 3:00 on 17/02/2020 or as the situation changes.

Severn River in Chaceley and Haw Bridge

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels have risen to the Haw Bridge River Indicator due to heavy rain. As a result, floods of property, roads and farmland are expected today, 2/16/20. Floods can affect properties and roads in and around Tirley and Chaceley, including the B4213 Church Road and B4213 Haw Bridge Road at the Wainlodes junction. Peak expected at Haw Bridge from 5.0 m to 5.4 m, Tuesday 18/02/20. We expect river levels to remain high for the next few days. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Our accident response personnel are monitoring the defenses. Please avoid using low paths near local waterways. This message will be updated by 18:00 on 16/02/20 or as the situation changes.

Severn River in Severn Ham, Tewkesbury

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels remain high at the Mythe Bridge River Marker due to heavy rain. As a result, floods of property, roads and farmland continue. Floods can affect properties and roads in and around Severn Ham, Tewkesbury. Expected peaks: – Mythe from 4.5 to 4.9 m, Tuesday 18/2/20; Pound higher from 4.5 to 5 million on Tuesday, 2/18/20; More precipitation is expected in the next 12 hours following Storm Dennis. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Avoid using low walkways near local waterways and plan driving routes to avoid low roads near rivers that could be flooded. This message will be updated by 17:00 on 16/02/20 or as the situation changes.

River Severn in Tewkesbury

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels have risen to the Mythe Bridge river marker due to persistent heavy rain. As a result, floods of property / roads and agricultural land are expected from today, 16/02/2020. Flooding is hitting Bredon Road, White Bear, King John’s Cottages in Tewkesbury. Property of Lower Lode and Mill Avon Riverside flooded. Expected peaks: – in Mythe from 4.5 m to 4.9 m on Tuesday, Upper Pound from 4.5 m to 5 m on Tuesday. Further scattered showers are expected in the next 48 hours. We expect river levels to remain high in the coming days. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Our incident response personnel are monitoring the defenses and collaborating with the emergency services. Be prepared to move valuables and objects off the ground or safely and avoid contact with flood waters. This message will be updated by 3:00 on 17/02/2020 or as the situation changes.

River Wye in Lydbrook

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels have increased to the caliber of the Ross-On-Wye river due to persistent heavy rain. As a result, property, roads and farmland can be flooded from this evening on 2/16/20. Flooding is affecting properties and roads in and around Lydbrook. Predicted peak in Ross on Wye from 4.5 m to 5.0 m 02/17/20. More sparse showers are scheduled for next week. We expect river levels to remain high until next week. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Our accident response personnel are monitoring the defenses. Please avoid using low walking paths near local waterways and avoid contact with flood waters. This message will be updated by 19:00, 02/16/20 or when the situation changes.

River Wye from Hereford to Ross-On-Wye

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels are expected to rise to the Mordiford River marker due to persistent heavy rains. As a result, flooding of owned roads and farmland should start between 12:00 and 15:00 today, 02/16/20. Floods are expected to affect the properties and roads of Hereford and Ross on Wye and its surroundings. Expected peaks: – Mordiford from 5.1 m to 5.5 m on the morning of 17/02, Ross on Wye from 4.5 m to 5.0 m on the morning of 17/02. We expect river levels to remain high until 02/18/20. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Please move your possession and valuables off the ground or safely. This message will be updated by 18:00 on 16/02/20 or as the situation changes.

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River Frome in Brimscombe and Thrupp

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels have risen to the Brimscombe River Indicator due to heavy rain. As a result, floods of property, roads and farmland are expected today, 2/16/20. Floods are affecting properties and roads in the Brimscombe and Thrupp area. We expect river levels to remain high for the next few days. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Our accident response personnel are collaborating with the emergency services. Please plan driving routes to avoid low roads near rivers, which could be flooded. This message will be updated by 18:00 on 16/02/20 or when the situation changes.

Frome River in Stonehouse and Bridgend

A flood is expected: immediate action is needed

River levels are rising at the Ebley Mill river marker due to heavy rain. As a result, floods of property, roads and farmland are expected from 8 tomorrow, Sunday 16/02/20. Floods can affect properties and roads in the Stonehouse and Bridgend area. Further heavy rains are expected in the next 12 hours following Storm Dennis. We expect river levels to remain high in the coming days. We are monitoring the situation carefully. Avoid using low walkways near local waterways and plan driving routes to avoid low roads near rivers that could be flooded. This message will be updated by 18:00 on Sunday 16/02/20 or as the situation changes.

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