Five Day Flood Risk Forecast

Forecast issued by the Met Office at 10:30am, Thursday 22nd June

Isolated instances of surface water and river flooding are possible but not expected across parts of the east and south-east of England today. Any impacts from river flooding are expected to be isolated and restricted to built-up areas and some small, fast responding rural catchments. Flooding may affect properties and parts of communities locally and there may be disruption to travel in places.

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River

Across parts of central, southern and eastern England today (Thursday) isolated significant river flooding impacts are possible, but not expected. Refer to Specific Area of Concern Map 1. Urban areas and other fast responding water courses are most at risk.

Coastal

The coastal/tidal flood risk is VERY LOW for the next five days despite a period of high astronomical tides this weekend.

Surface

Across parts of central, southern and eastern England today (Thursday) isolated significant surface water flooding impacts are possible, but not expected. Refer to Specific Area of Concern Map 1. Urban areas are most at risk.

Groundwater

The groundwater flood risk is VERY LOW for the next five days.

Daily Risk Forecast Maps

Areas Potentially Affected

Thursday 22nd June

Surrey, Medway, E Riding of Yorkshire, Thurrock, Kent, Peterborough, Kingston upon Hull, Hampshire, S Yorkshire, Essex, NE Lincolnshire, Gtr London, Luton, Southend-on-Sea, N Yorkshire, Bracknell Forest, Brighton and Hove, Suffolk, Milton Keynes, Northamptonshire, Norfolk, York, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, N Lincolnshire, W Sussex, W Berkshire, E Sussex, Slough, Lincolnshire, Reading, Cambridgeshire, Rutland, Bedfordshire, Oxfordshire, Windsor and Maidenhead, Wokingham, Portsmouth

Source and risk of potential flooding

  • River: Likelihood very low, Impact significant
  • Surface: Likelihood very low, Impact significant

Additional information: Urban areas most at risk.

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