River Thames for the Abingdon Area

Flood Alert

Property flooding is not currently expected. River levels on the Thames in the Abingdon area are rising slowly as a result of recent heavy rainfall. Therefore, flooding of roads, farmland and low lying areas is possible. Further rainfall is forecast on Thursday 14/11/19. We are closely monitoring the situation. Remain safe and aware of your local surroundings. Please refer to the 'River and Sea levels in England' webpage for current river levels. This message will be updated this evening 13/11/2019, or as the situation changes.

This information last updated 10:12am, Wednesday 13th November.

Flood Warning Area Details

River Thames for the Abingdon Area, including areas between Abingdon down to and including Little Wittenham

Region: South East

Counties covered: Oxfordshire

Watercourses covered: River Thames

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for River Thames for the Abingdon Area.

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

River Thames in Abingdon
River Thames in Abingdon

No current or recent warnings.

River Thames at Clifton Hampden, Dorchester and Little Wittenham
River Thames at Clifton Hampden, Dorchester and Little Wittenham

No current or recent warnings.

River Thames at Culham
River Thames at Culham

No current or recent warnings.

River Thames and tributaries at Sandford and Radley near Oxford
River Thames and tributaries at Sandford and Radley near Oxford

No current or recent warnings.

River Ock at Abingdon
River Ock at Abingdon, from New Cut Mill down to the confluence with the Thames, including the Ely close, Shepherd Gardens, Medlicott Drive, Tower Close, Ock Street, Francis Little Drive, Hermitage Road, St. Amand Drive areas of Abingdon

No current or recent warnings.

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