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5-day flood risk for England and Wales

Forecast for Monday 24 February 2020 to Friday 28 February 2020

Local flooding from rivers is probable across parts of the north of England today (Saturday) and Sunday due to heavy rain. Local flooding from rivers will also continue along slower responding rivers such as the Severn and parts of the Trent. Local flooding from surface water is also probable across parts of the south of Wales today (Saturday) and into Sunday. Further heavy rainfall and the potential for snowmelt on Monday means further local flooding from surface water and rivers is probable across parts of the north of England, as well as parts of the north of Wales. Flooding impacts may continue along slow responding river catchments such as the Severn, Wye, Trent and parts of Yorkshire until Wednesday. Groundwater flooding is expected to be ongoing over parts of the south of England for at least the next five days. Land, roads and some properties will flood and there will be travel disruption.

Monday
24 February


Tuesday
25 February


Wednesday
26 February


Thursday
27 February


Friday
28 February