for Flood alert in force now Groundwater flooding in Hambledon

Flooding is possible - be prepared

In Hambledon, groundwater levels remain high. In the last 5 days, 30mm of rain has been recorded in East Hampshire. This has caused a small rise in level (currently 1m) at Broadhalfpenny Down. Over the next few days, we expect to see an increase at Whitedale, and for levels to rise into next week. It may cause a small increase in water level in cellars in Lower West Street. From tomorrow (18/01/2020), the weather will be dry for a week, which once again should help levels to re-stabilise and fall. Please remain prepared for continued groundwater flooding impacts. We will continue to monitor the forecast and will update this Flood Alert by 12:00 on Wednesday 22/01/2020.

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