Upper River Tees

Warning no longer in force

This Flood Alert for the Upper River Tees has now been removed. River levels are reducing and have fallen below the flood risk threshold. No further significant rainfall is forecast and the risk of flooding has now reduced. Where low lying land and roads have flooded, standing water may remain, therefore please continue to use alternative routes until this has reduced and see the GOV.UK website for a 5 day flood forecast.

This information last updated 7:36pm, Sunday 16th February.

Flood Warning Area Details

Low lying land in the Tees Valley, including Teesdale Way footpath at Croft

Region: North East

Counties covered: County Durham, Cumbria, Darlington, North Yorkshire

Watercourses covered: River Tees

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Upper River Tees.

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

Note: the area shown on the map is the area covered by flood alerts and warnings. It is not a live map of current flooding. The area covered broadly equates to the area where the fisk of flooding in any year is greater than 1% (the "hundred year" flood risk).

Other Nearby Flood Warning Locations

River Tees at Hurworth Place and Newbus Grange
Properties at Linden Court, Baxby Terrace, Linden Drive, Hurworth Road and Tees View (A167), at Hurwoth Place. Also the Caravan Park at Newbus Grange

No current or recent warnings.

River Tees at Low Dinsdale
Properties at, Spa Wells and Old Fishlocks at Low Dinsdale.

No current or recent warnings.

River Tees at Neasham
Properties at Neasham Abbey and in Neasham village, from Kent Bridge, following Teesway, to Dibdale Road

No current or recent warnings.

River Tees at Croft
Properties in Croft-on-Tees, including Monk End Farm and Spa Cottage

No current or recent warnings.

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