Silk Stream and the Deans, Edgware, Dollis, Mutton and Wealdstone Brooks

Flood Alert

There have been some heavy showers over north London throughout the day on Saturday. River levels rose briefly but fell again when the showers passed. Although overnight on Saturday 22 July is likely to stay largely dry, there are further heavy showers forecast for Sunday 23 July which could cause river levels to rise again. For this reason, this Flood Alert will remain in force. We are constantly monitoring river levels and have staff on standby to attend to any blockages in the river that we become aware of. This message will be updated at 10am on Sunday 23 July or sooner if the situation changes.

This information last updated 7:06pm, Saturday 22nd July.

Flood Warning Area Details

The Silk Stream and the Deans, Edgware, Dollis, Mutton and Wealdstone Brooks and their tributaries

Region: South East

Counties covered: Greater London Authority

Watercourses covered: River Brent, Silk Stream, Dollis Brook, Deans Brook, Edgware Brook, Mutton Brook, Wealdstone Brook

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Silk Stream and the Deans, Edgware, Dollis, Mutton and Wealdstone Brooks.

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

Silk Stream at Edgware and Colindale
The Silk Stream at Edgware and Colindale

No current or recent warnings.

Deans Brook at Edgware
The Deans Brook at Edgware

No current or recent warnings.

Edgware Brook at Stanmore
The Edgware Brook at Stanmore including Little Stanmore

No current or recent warnings.

Wealdstone Brook at Kenton
The Wealdstone Brook at Kenton including Wealdstone and Wembley

No current or recent warnings.

River Brent in the London Borough of Barnet
The River Brent in the London Borough of Barnet including Brent Cross

No current or recent warnings.

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