North Sea at Whitley Bay, Cullercoats and Tynemouth

Warning no longer in force

The risk of flooding from the North Sea at Whitley Bay, Cullercoats and Tynemouth has now reduced. Tide levels are reducing and there is no surge or strong winds forecast. No further flooding to coastal areas is expected, however there may still be debris on roads that have been flooded. For a 5 day flood risk forecast please see the GOV.UK website or for a weather forecast see the Met Office website

This information last updated 8:09pm, Sunday 9th December.

Flood Warning Area Details

Properties including Whitley Sands Refreshment Kiosk, Robinson Crusoe's Cafe at Tynemouth Longsands, Tynemouth Sailing Club and the area at Cullercoats Bay around the Lifeboat Station and the Dove Marine Laboratory

Region: North East

Counties covered: North Tyneside

Watercourses covered: North Sea

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for North Sea at Whitley Bay, Cullercoats and Tynemouth.

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

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Tyne and Wear coast
The North Sea from St Mary's Lighthouse to Crimdon Park, North Hartlepool

Recent warnings no longer in force.

Tyne estuary at North Shields, South Shields and Howdon Pans
Properties at Fish Market, Bell Street, Dolphin Quay, Union Quay, Clive Street, Duke Street, Liddell Street, Corporation Quay, South Shields Ferry Landing, Wapping Street, Tyne Dock, Albert Edward Dock, Tyne Foyboatmen Association and Howdon Pans

No current or recent warnings.

Tyne estuary at Newcastle Quayside, Low Walker, Lower Derwenthaugh Industrial Estate and Willington
Properties at Willington Boat Club, Wincomblee Estates in Walker, Newcastle Quayside from Wetherspoon's Pub to Broad Chare, Brama Teams Industrial Park, Ravensworth Road and TAM Tyres at Clockmill Road

No current or recent warnings.

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