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Flood warning updates for Surrey and Hampshire

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Flood warning updates for Surrey and Hampshire

Published by Carol Musgrave at 12:28pm 15th February 2020. (Updated at 2:25pm 17th February 2020)

Several flood warnings are in place as Storm Dennis hits Surrey and Hampshire.

The Environment Agency (EA) has issued flood warnings and flood alerts for both counties.

A flood warning means flooding is expected - immediate action is required.

The latest flood warnings (as of 17 February) are:

  • Burstow Stream at East and North Horley
  • Cranleigh Waters at Bramley
  • Cranleigh Waters near Cranleigh and Shamley Green
  • Hoe Stream at Woking
  • River Mole at Leatherhead and Fetcham
  • River Mole at Dorking and Mickleham
  • River Mole at Stoke D'Abernon, Cobham and South Hersham
  • River Wey at Elstead and Eashing
  • Rivery Wey at Guildford
  • RIver Wey at Old Woking
  • River Wey at Tilford
  • Tillingbourne at Chilworth and Shalford
Cranleigh flooding
Flooding in Cranleigh
Cranleigh flooding
Flooding near Cranleigh

A flood alert means flooding is possible - be prepared.

The latest flood alerts are:

  • Chertsey Bourne
  • Cranleigh Waters
  • Groundwater flooding in the Alton area
  • Hoe Stream
  • Lower River Wey
  • River Blackwater
  • River Blackwater and the Cove Brook
  • Upper River Mole, Ifield Brook, Gatwick Stream, Burstow Stream and Salfords Stream
  • Tillingbourne
Flooding River Wey Coxbridge roundabout Farnham
Flooded fields next to the River Wey near the Coxbridge roundabout in Farnham

Flood barriers went up in Leatherhead,  Godalming and Guildford at the weekend.

Flood Duty Manager at the EA, Caroline Douglass, said earlier that teams were out across the country preparing for the severe weather.

She said the above average rainfall seen since the autumn means this weekend's rain will be falling on already wet ground, increasing the flood risk.

The EA is reminding people NOT to drive or walk through flood water.

Cranleigh flooding
Floodwater near Cranleigh

Stay up to date with flood warnings here.

You can also call Floodline on 0345 988 1188 or follow @EnvAgency on Twitter.