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  • River Thames severe flood warnings downgraded

    River levels to remain to remain high in southern England. Still a risk of flooding The Environment Agency has downgraded its 14 Severe Flood Warnings for the River Thames - a decision taken in conjunction with the emergency services and local authorities. River levels on the Thames are gradually falling but will still remain high and property could be flooded for some time. ...

  • Mississippi flood warnings

    Emergency officials warned another 200 homeowners at the weekend in the Memphis area they are at risk of dangerous flooding as the region braces for the highest Mississippi River crest since 1937. The Mississippi River, swollen with winter snow melt and rain, is carrying near-record flows slowly south to New Orleans where the crest may be at least two weeks away. The river is projected ...

  • Severe flood warnings expected

    High sea levels combined with strong winds and large waves will increase the risk of coastal flooding along the south west and southern coasts tonight and into Wednesday. After the wettest January on record in places, further widespread rain – falling on already saturated ground – could cause river and surface water flooding in the south and west of England as well as parts of the ...

  • Severe flood warnings remain as further flooding expected

    High sea levels, strong winds and large waves will increase the risk of coastal flooding this week. Severe flood warnings are in force for along the River Severn today, as high sea levels and heavy rain threaten to cause further flooding this week. Homes protected from flooding Since Friday evening over 87,000 homes have been protected from flooding and over 74,000 ...

  • New flood warning service for Whiston

    Residents in Whiston will soon be benefiting from a new flood warning service after the Environment Agency installed a river gauge on Whiston Brook. The Environment Agency installed the gauge following the flooding in 2007. The Environment Agency and Whiston Parish Council are hosting the joint drop-in session for all residents of Whiston to listen to feedback on the new flood warning area which ...

  • Flood warnings remain but river levels set to fall slowly this week

    The Environment Agency is continuing to work 24/7 to protect communities River levels are expected to remain high for several more days, especially along the Thames and Severn, but levels are starting to gradually fall this week. Severe flood warnings for the Thames were downgraded yesterday in response to this improving picture, but property could be flooded for some time. Flood Warnings remain ...

  • Communities along the River Thames and in Somerset warned to expect more flooding

    Heavy rain is expected on Wednesday. Environment Agency teams continue to be out in force across England - day and night - to minimise the impact of flooding. Further disruption from flooding Since Monday afternoon, approximately 70 properties have flooded along the River Thames, and this figure is set to rise. Flooded communities include Datchet, Wraysbury and Chertsey. Windsor ...

  • New international system for early flood warning in the Danube River Basin

    The first international system for forecasting Danube floods and providing early flood warning was launched on 10th March 2008 by the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) and the Joint Research Centre (JRC). Following the disastrous 2002 floods in the Danube and Elbe river basins, the new system will provide the national authorities of countries in the Danube ...


  • Communities along the River Thames warned to expect severe flooding into Tuesday

    Communities along the Thames, particularly in Berkshire and Surrey, are being warned to expect further severe property flooding from the River Thames today (Monday) and into Tuesday. The Environment Agency has issued 14 severe flood warnings along the River Thames from Datchet to Shepperton Green, including Ham Court and Chertsey, as river levels in the area are extremely high and are forecast to ...

  • Severe flood warnings issued to communities along the River Thames

    More rain, wind and waves to cause further flooding into next week. There are 16 severe flood warnings in place for the River Thames and in parts of Somerset. A severe flood warning means that there is a risk to life. The Environment Agency has issued 14 severe flood warnings along the River Thames from Datchet to Shepperton Green, including Ham Court and Chertsey, as river levels in the area are ...

  • Communities along the River Thames and in Somerset warned to expect more flooding as river levels continue to rise

    Environment Agency teams are out in force day and night to minimise the impact of flooding. Further disruption from flooding Groundwater flooding is also expected in the coming days in Hampshire, Kent and parts of London. Local authorities will work with utility companies to respond to these incidents. Further periods of heavy rain are expected mainly to affect the south ...

  • New community focus for UK flood warnings

    Residents in parts of Hertfordshire and London will now receive flood warnings targeted more specifically to their community, following developments to the Environment Agency’s flood warning service. The Environment Agency is to more than double the number of flood warning areas on the Rivers Colne an Crane catchments to 36, and at the same time the Floodline quickdial numbers will change. ...

  • Environment Agency warns of further flooding across the south

    People who live along the lower reaches of the River Thames in Surrey should remain prepared for further flooding this weekend as water levels continue to rise slowly in response to recent rainfall. There is also an ongoing risk of flooding from the Rivers Parret in Somerset and the Severn in the Midlands. High groundwater levels mean we are likely to see continued flooding in areas such as the ...

  • Environment Agency warns of continued flood risk

    Current situation Communities in Dorset, Oxfordshire, south Wiltshire, Hampshire and along the river Thames are being urged to remain prepared for more flooding today and the remainder of the week. More unsettled weather over the next few days will see rain falling on already saturated ground increasing the chance of flooding. Along Dorset’s south west coast large waves and ...

  • Three severe flood warnings in place for Dorset

    The Environment Agency has this afternoon issued two further severe flood warnings for flooding along the Dorset coast. Current situation In addition to the severe flood warning already in place for Iford Bridge Home Park on the Lower River Stour in Bournemouth, the Environment Agency is warning people along the coast at Preston Beach in the Lodmore area of Weymouth and the ...

  • Environment Agency issues severe flood warnings for coastal flooding

    The Environment Agency has (as of 1600 Thursday) issued 12 severe flood warnings for coastal communities as strong winds combine with high tides and large waves from the early hours of tomorrow (Friday 3 January). Severe flood warnings – the highest category of warning – indicate a danger to life and property and have been issued for the following locations as of 1600: Cornwall: ...

  • Mexico warns Arizona of waste spill into river

    Authorities are testing water from the San Pedro River in southern Arizona that may be contaminated with toxic waste that traveled north after a massive copper mine spill in Mexico this summer. Mexican officials on Monday issued a binational alert that contaminated water had made its way into the San Pedro River, which runs north to Pinal ...


    By Associated Press

  • Tri-Tech Holding Wins $5.26 Million Flash Flood Early Warning and River Hydrologic Monitoring System Contracts

    Tri-Tech Holding Inc. (Nasdaq: TRIT), which provides turn-key water resources management, water and wastewater treatment, industrial safety and pollution control solutions, announced today that it has secured contracts for flash flood early warning and small river hydrologic monitoring projects in three ...


    By Tri-Tech Holding Inc.

  • Latest models `could give Asia ten-day flood warnings`

    An ensemble of climate and weather simulations could help developing countries better prepare for extreme events such as tropical cyclones, droughts and floods, scientists have said. Many poorer countries rely on traditional weather forecasting techniques, in which an initial set of weather conditions is fed into a single model to predict future adverse events, typically one or two days ahead. ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Floods ravage central US as rivers choke with rainwater

    Heavy storms have ravaged much of the central US this past week creating flooding across multiple states as rivers overflow their banks. So far, 16 deaths have been attributed to the storm soaked Midwest as Missouri incurred the worst flooding of all with up to 10 inches of rain recorded in some parts of the State. Major flooding was occurring along the Ohio and Mississippi river area that ...


    By Axcess News

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