Witham in North Kesteven

Flood Alert

River levels have risen on the River Witham in North Kesteven as a result of persistent heavy rainfall associated with Storm Dennis affecting the county. This has led to flooding of low lying land and roads close to the river today, Sunday 16th February. We expect the river to remain high throughout the next few days. We are monitoring the situation in the area incident room and will update this message and issue further alerts and warnings as required. Please avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses and plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded. We are constantly monitoring river levels, and have staff in the field checking for blockages and clearing weedscreens. This message will be updated on Monday the 17th February or as the situation changes.

This information last updated 4:49pm, Sunday 16th February.

Flood Warning Area Details

River Witham and its tributaries from Claypole to Lincoln

Region: Anglian

Counties covered: Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire

Watercourses covered: River Witham

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Witham in North Kesteven.

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

Isolated properties and villages near the River Witham and River Brant from Claypole to Lincoln
Isolated properties and villages near the River Witham and River Brant from Claypole to Lincoln including, Sutton, Beckingham, Stapleford, Bassingham, Thurlby, Brant Broughton, North Hykeham and Bracebridge

No current or recent warnings.

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