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In pictures: Flooding in Surrey and Hampshire

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In pictures: Flooding in Surrey and Hampshire

Published by Eagle Radio News Team at 7:09pm 16th February 2020. (Updated at 7:28pm 16th February 2020)

River levels have risen across Surrey and Hampshire this weekend as Storm Dennis brought heavy rain to both counties.

An amber warning went up at 12:15am today (16 February) and came down at 6pm.

A yellow warning for rain is now in place until 9pm today.

The Environment Agency (EA) issued a record number of flood warnings across the country, with several warnings and alerts in our area.

The EA installed temporary flood barriers this weekend in Leatherhead, Godalming and Guildford.

Fllod barriers Godalming
Flood barriers going up along the River Wey in Godalming.
Cranleigh flooding
Flooding near Cranleigh.
Flooding River Wey Farnham
The River Wey near the Maltings in Farnham.
Flooding A31 Bentley
A flooded A31 in Bentley this morning.
RIver Wey near Maltings Farnham
The River Wey near the Maltings in Farnham.
Flooding A3
A3 flooded southbound between the M25 and Ockham. Image from @SurreyRoadCops.