Lower Lee Tributaries

Warning no longer in force

Some heavy thundery showers passed through the area overnight causing river levels to rise in some locations. The showers were intense but short lived and risk of flooding has now reduced. River levels have fallen back to normal and no further significant rainfall is expected today. We are continuing to monitor weather warnings and river levels to ensure we can react quickly if the need arises.

This information last updated 1:33pm, Wednesday 19th July.

Flood Warning Area Details

The Lower Lee Tributaries, including the Nazeing Brook, Ching Brook, Cobbins Brook, Pymmes Brook, Rags Brook, Salmons Brook, Turkey Brook, Trinity Marsh Ditch and the Small River Lee

Region: South East

Counties covered: Hertfordshire, Essex, Greater London Authority

Watercourses covered: River Lee, Ching Brook, Cobbins Brook, Nazeing Brook, Pymmes Brook, Salmons Brook, Turkey Brook, Small River Lee, Rags Brook, Trinity Marsh Ditch

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Lower Lee Tributaries.

Icons on the map show nearby level monitoring stations. They are not necessarily related to this particular flood warning area.

Other Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Turkey Brook at Enfield
The Turkey Brook at Enfield including Clay Hill

No current or recent warnings.

Lower River Lee from Hoddesdon to Canning Town
The Lower River Lee from Hoddesdon to Canning Town including, Cheshunt, Enfield, Edmonton, Tottenham, Walthamstow, Hackney, Stratford and West Ham.

No current or recent warnings.

Trinity Marsh Ditch at Waltham Cross
The Trinity Marsh Ditch at Waltham Cross

No current or recent warnings.

Small River Lee at Cheshunt
The Small River Lee at Cheshunt including, Turnford, Holdbrook and Enfield Lock

No current or recent warnings.

Lower River Lee at Enfield
The Lower River Lee at Enfield including Edmonton and Tottenham

No current or recent warnings.

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