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5-day flood risk for England and Wales

Forecast for Wednesday 22 February 2017 to Sunday 26 February 2017

The forecast flood risk across England and Wales is LOW on Thursday and Saturday. On Thursday, persistent rain in association with Storm Doris may lead to some isolated property flooding and travel delays across parts of northern England and mid Wales parts. However rain is less likely over hills where this is expected to fall as snow. On Saturday, further spells of rain may bring a similar level of flooding across Wales and the north-west of England.

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Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Bath and NE Somerset Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Bedfordshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Blackburn with Darwen Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Blackpool Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Blaenau Gwent Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Bournemouth Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Bracknell Forest Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Bridgend Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Brighton and Hove Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Bristol Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Buckinghamshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Caerphilly Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Cambridgeshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Cardiff Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Carmarthenshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Ceredigion Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Cheshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Conwy Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Cumbria Very Low Low Very Low Low Very Low
Darlington Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Denbighshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Derby Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Derbyshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Devon Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Dorset Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Durham Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
E Riding of Yorkshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
E Sussex Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Essex Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Flintshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Gloucestershire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Gtr London Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Gtr Manchester Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Gwynedd Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Halton Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Hampshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Hartlepool Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Herefordshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Hertfordshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Isle of Anglesey Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Isle of Wight Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Kent Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Kingston upon Hull Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Lancashire Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Leicester Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Leicestershire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Lincolnshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Luton Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Medway Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Merseyside Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Merthyr Tydfil Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Middlesbrough Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Milton Keynes Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Monmouthshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
N Lincolnshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
N Somerset Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
N Yorkshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
NE Lincolnshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Neath Port Talbot Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Newport Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Norfolk Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Northamptonshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Northumberland Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Nottingham Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Nottinghamshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Oxfordshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Pembrokeshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Peterborough Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Plymouth Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Poole Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Portsmouth Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Powys Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Reading Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Redcar and Cleveland Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Rhondda Cynon Taff Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Rutland Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
S Gloucestershire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
S Yorkshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Shropshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Slough Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Somerset Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Southampton Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Southend-on-Sea Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Staffordshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Stockton-on-Tees Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Stoke-on-Trent Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Suffolk Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Surrey Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Swansea Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Swindon Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Telford and Wrekin Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Thurrock Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Torbay Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Torfaen Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Tyne and Wear Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Vale of Glamorgan Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
W Berkshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
W Midlands Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
W Sussex Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
W Yorkshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low
Warrington Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Warwickshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Wiltshire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Windsor and Maidenhead Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Wokingham Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Worcestershire Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
Wrexham Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low Very Low
York Very Low Very Low Very Low Low Very Low

Wednesday
22 February


Thursday
23 February


Friday
24 February


Saturday
25 February


Sunday
26 February

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There is currently one flood warning and 21 alerts in force in England and Wales.