Flood Alert Info - The Essex coast from St Peters Flat to and including Shoeburyness and the Crouch and Roach estuaries

Area Description

The Essex coast from St Peters Flat to Shoeburyness, including Burnham-on-Crouch, South Woodham Ferrers, Hullbridge and the Crouch and Roach estuaries.
This is a Flood Alert Area. For this area the highest level of flood notification that you will receive is a Flood Alert. No Flood Warnings or Severe Flood Warnings are issued for this area.
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Flood Alert History

Number of historic Flood Alerts that have previously been recorded for this area:
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Historical Flood Alert Messages for this Area

  • We have only been collating detailed flood messages since May 2017.
  • Each Flood Alert may have multiple updates. The messages listed below may therefore be greater than the number of alerts detailed in the Flood Alert table above.

Flood Alert issued on 19 Nov 2020 09:18
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 12:30pm and 4:30pm today Thursday 19th November 2020. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions as a surge coincides with the high tide. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.41 mAODN at 2:30pm today, which is 1.02m above tide tables, wind Force 6, North North Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and are not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Nov 2020 15:03
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 10:15am and 14:15pm on Monday 16th November 2020. We have issued this alert now to give plenty of lead in time. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.96mAODN at 12:15pm on Monday 16th November which is 0.27m above tide tables, wind Force 6, Westerly (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more information refer to local tide tables). You are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. We will continue to monitor the situation.


Flood Alert issued on 10 May 2020 20:24
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 1:15am and 3:15am tomorrow, Monday 11th May 2020. Tides are expected to be higher than usual owing to seasonal conditions. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.95 mAODN at 2:15am tomorrow, which is 0.56m above tide tables, wind Force 7, North North Easterly. mAODN is height above average sea level. For more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Mar 2020 09:51
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 1:30pm and 3:30pm today, Friday 13th March 2020. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due seasonal conditions. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.87 mAODN at 2:30pm today, which is 0.41m above tide tables, wind Force 4, West South Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level. For more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Mar 2020 09:19
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 12:45pm and 2:45pm today, Thursday 12th March 2020. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.75 mAODN at 1:45pm, today Thursday 12th March, which is 0.33m above tide tables, wind Force 6, South-westerly. Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate but will update this message if necessary.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Mar 2020 09:09
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 11am and 3pm today, Wednesday 11th March 2020. Tides are expected to be higher than usual linked to spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.08mAODN at 1pm, on Wednesday 11th March, which is 0.45m above tide tables, wind Force 5, south-westerly (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate but will update this message if necessary.


Flood Alert issued on 10 Mar 2020 14:00
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 10:45pm tonight and 2:45am tomorrow, Wednesday 11th March 2020. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.97mAODN at 00:45am, on Wednesday 11th March, which is 0.44m above tide tables, wind Force 5, West South-Westerly (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We will continue to monitor the situation.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Feb 2020 16:34
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 02:15am and 04:15am Friday 14th February. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.90 mAODN at 3:15am, on Friday 14th February, which is 0.48m above tide tables, wind Force 4, West North Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). You are advised to stay away from risk areas. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Feb 2020 08:46
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 1:15pm and 3:15pm today, Wednesday 12th February. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.89mAODN at 2:15pm, on Wednesday 12th February, which is 0.38m above tide tables, wind force 6, westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more information refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We will continue to monitor the situation and will reissue this message for any subsequent tides if required.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Feb 2020 15:31
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 12:45am and 2:45am, Wednesday 12th February. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.9mAODN at 1:45am, on Wednesday 12th February, which is 0.44m above tide tables, wind force 7, westerly (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more information refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We will continue to monitor the situation and will reissue this message for any subsequent tides if required.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Feb 2020 08:59
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 12:30pm and 2:30pm today, Tuesday 11th February. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.04mAODN at 1:30pm, on Tuesday 11th February, which is 0.5m above tide tables, wind force 8, westerly (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more information refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We will continue to monitor the situation and will reissue this message for any subsequent tides if required.


Flood Alert issued on 9 Feb 2020 16:50
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because we are providing advance notice of possible minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 11:45am and 1:45pm tomorrow, Monday 10th February Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.27mAODN at 12:45pm, on Monday 10th February, which is 0.81m above tide tables, wind Force 7, SW. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more information refer to local tide tables). The preceding high tide is not expected to result in any flooding. Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting to issue anything else for the following tide on Tuesday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 2 Oct 2019 11:00
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 2:15pm and 4:15pm on 2nd October 2019. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.04mAODN at 3:15pm on Wednesday 2nd October, which is 0.28m above tide tables, wind Force 5, North Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Oct 2019 16:07
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 01:45am and 03:45am on Wednesday 02 October 2019. Tides are higher than usual due to high spring tides and a small surge. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.09mAODN at 2:45am on Wednesday 02 October, which is 0.38m above tide tables, wind Force 6, North North Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself at risk. We will monitor the situation and will reissue this message for subsequent tides if required.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Oct 2019 10:29
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 1:15pm and 3:15pm on Tuesday 01 October 2019. Tides are higher than usual due to high spring tides and a small surge. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.08mAODN at 2:15pm on Tuesday 01 October, which is 0.23m above tide tables, wind Force 4, South Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). The tide on Wednesday morning is also currently forecast to be a Flood Alert, we will send a new message before that tide. Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself at risk.


Flood Alert issued on 30 Sep 2019 08:41
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 12:30pm and 02:30pm on Monday 30th September 2019. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to high spring tides and a small surge. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.09mAODN at 01:30pm, on Monday 30th September, which is 0.27m above tide tables, wind Force 3, SW. (mAODN is height above average sea level. For more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We will continue to monitor the situation and will reissue this message for any subsequent tides if required.


Flood Alert issued on 29 Sep 2019 13:12
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 00:30am and 02:30am on Monday 30 September 2019. Tides are higher than usual due to spring tides and strong winds. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 3.18mAODN at 01:30am on Monday 30 September, which is 0.36m above tide tables, wind Force 6, West North Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths. We will continue to monitor the situation.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Sep 2019 16:32
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 1:30am and 3:30am on Monday 2nd September 2019. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbridge, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.89mAODN at 2:30am on Monday 2nd September 2019, which is 0.12 above tide tables, wind Force 5, North-westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We will continue to monitor the situation and will reissue this message for any subsequent tides if required.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Mar 2019 08:41
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 12:30pm and 13:30pm this afternoon Saturday 23rd March. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. Tide levels will be high at Battlesbrigde, and Hullbridge riversides. Creeksea Ferry Road onto Wallasea Island may be flooded. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.88m AODN at 1:30pm; on Saturday 23rd March, which is 0.33m above tide tables, wind Force 4, North East. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 7 Jan 2019 17:48
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 12:15pm and 2:15pm tomorrow, Tuesday 8th January 2019. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.97 mAODN at 1:15pm, on Tuesday 8th January 2019, which is 0.94m above tide tables, wind force 6, NW. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). You are advised to stay away from risk areas and take care next to the coast. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Oct 2018 15:02
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths as a result of the high tides in the early hours of tomorrow morning, Saturday 27th October. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.96mAODN at 2:15am, on Saturday 27th October, which is 0.34m above tide tables, wind Force 6, North North-Westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We will continue to monitor the situation and will reissue this message for any subsequent tides if required.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Sep 2018 15:17
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths. between 12:30am and 2:30am tomorrow morning, Friday 28th September. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.91mAODN at 1:30am, on Friday 28th September, which is 0.32m above tide tables, wind Force 5, Northerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Sep 2018 08:06
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because there is a possibility of some minor flooding to coastal roads and footpaths between 1:30pm and 3:30pm today, Wednesday 12th September 2018. Tides are expected to be higher than usual due to the forecast weather conditions during spring tides. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level at Clacton of 2.94mAODN at 2:30pm, on Wednesday 12th September 2018, which is 0.19m above tide tables, wind Force 3, North westerly. (mAODN is height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). The current series of high spring tides has now reached its peak and will fall away over the next few days. Take care on coastal roads and footpaths and don't put yourself in unnecessary danger. We are closely monitoring the situation and not expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue anything else for the following tide.


Flood Alert issued on 8 Dec 2017 08:23
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because national weather conditions are expected to produce large off shore waves. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The current forecast is for a single risk tide only, with no indication of later tides causing concern. High water is due at Clacton at 15:15pm, on Friday 8th December 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 2.94mAODN, which is 0.62m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 7, West North Westerly. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more information refer to local tide tables). We are not currently expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue any further warning messages for the next tide. We are closely monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 7 Dec 2017 16:12
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because national weather conditions are expected to produce large off shore waves. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The forecast indicates a series of risk tides for the next 48hrs. We will update this message before each high tide. High water is due at Clacton at 02:45am, on Friday 8th December 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 2.91mAODN, which is 0.68m above tide tables. The wind forecast is westerly Force 7. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). The following risk tide on Friday 8th December 2017 at 3:15pm is currently forecast to be a Flood Alert. We are closely monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Nov 2017 14:08
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of forecast local weather conditions during spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The forecast indicates a series of risk tides for the next 24 hours. We will update this message before each high tide. High water is due at Clacton at 11:58pm, on 18/11/2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 2.89mAODN, which is 0.45m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 5, North Westerly. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). The forecast is just above the Flood Alert level and so any impacts will be minor and very localised to low lying coastal areas such as promenades and causeways to islands. The current forecast for the next tide at midday on Sunday is just below the Flood Alert level for this area and so we will update the information as appropriate Sunday morning


Flood Alert issued on 5 Nov 2017 13:53
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of forecast local weather conditions during spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. High water is due at Clacton at 12:45am on Monday 6 November 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 3.04mAODN, which is 0.29m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 5, Northwest. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more information refer to local tide tables). We are closely monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Nov 2017 08:18
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of forecast local weather conditions during spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. High water is due at Clacton at 12:15pm on Sunday 5 November 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 2.91mAODN, which is 0.16m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 4, West-North-West (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). We are closely monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 4 Nov 2017 14:09
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of forecast local weather conditions during spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. High water is due at Clacton at 00:00 on 5th November 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 2.93mAODN, which is 0.15m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 5, Westerly (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). We are closely monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 7 Oct 2017 14:36
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of forecast local weather conditions during spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The current forecast is for a single risk tide only, with no indication of later tides causing concern. High water is due at Clacton at 02:00am tomorrow, Sunday 8 October. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 3.11mAODN, which is 0.3m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 5, West-North-Westerly. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). We are not currently expecting the situation to escalate, or to issue any further warning messages for the next tide. We are monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 6 Oct 2017 09:13
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of forecast local weather conditions during spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The spring tides will remain high over the next few days. High water is due at Clacton at 1:00pm today, Friday 6th October 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 3.15mAODN, which is 0.49m above tide tables. This is an updated peak level based on the latest available forecast. The wind forecast is Force 5, North-Westerly. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). We are not expecting the situation to escalate. We are monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 6 Oct 2017 07:29
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of forecast local weather conditions during spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The spring tides will remain high over the next few days. High water is due at Clacton at 1pm on Friday 6th October 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 3.18mAODN, which is 0.52m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 4, North-Westerly. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). We are not expecting the situation to escalate. We are monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Oct 2017 14:19
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of the forecast for high tides at Clacton linked to spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The forecast indicates a series of risk tides for the next few tides. We will update this message before each high tide. High water is due at Clacton at 00:45am, on Friday 6th October 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 3.28mAODN, which is 0.56m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 6, North-Westerly. (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). We are monitoring the situation and will update this message if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Oct 2017 08:05
River Crouch, River Roach, North Sea
This message has been issued because of the forecast for high tides at Clacton linked to spring tides. Tides are expected to be higher than usual and may cause minor flooding in low lying coastal areas. The forecast indicates a series of risk tides for the next few days. We will update this message before each high tide. High water is due at Clacton at 12:30pm, on Thursday 5th October 2017. The detailed forecast for those that use it is for a peak level of 3.08mAODN, which is 0.63m above tide tables. The wind forecast is Force 6, North-Westerly (mAODN means height above average sea level, for more info refer to local tide tables). We are monitoring the situation closely and will update messages accordingly.