Flood Alert Info - Tidal Thames riverside from the Thames Barrier to Putney Bridge

Area Description

River Thames riverside from the Thames Barrier to Putney Bridge.

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

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Historical Flood Alert Messages for this Area

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Flood Alert issued on 13 Aug 2018 19:47
River Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is low for this time of year at 16 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain low for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.55mAOD at 04:30 BST on 14 AUG 2018 with a high confidence. Astronomical tide levels are peaking. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 12 Aug 2018 19:27
River Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is low for this time of year at 12 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain low for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.40mAOD at 03:45 BST on Monday 13th August with a low confidence. Astronomical tide levels are falling/rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 14 Jun 2018 20:00
River Thames
Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 47 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain steady for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.60mAOD at 03:30 BST on 15 JUNE 2018 with a high confidence. Astronomical tide levels peak on Saturday. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 14 Jun 2018 18:50
River Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 75 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain steady for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.60mAOD at 03:30 BST on 15 JUNE 2018 with a high confidence. Astronomical tide levels peak on Saturday. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 2 Feb 2018 11:18
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 75 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain steady for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.7mAOD at 15:15 GMT on 02 FEB 2018 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels peak today. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 2 Feb 2018 10:17
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 75 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain steady for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.66mAOD at 15:15 GMT on 02 FEB 2018 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels peak today. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 1 Feb 2018 17:45
Thames
The high tide at London Bridge at 02:45 GMT on Friday 2nd February is expected to be lower than this afternoon's high tide. The high tide at London Bridge at 15:15 GMT is expected to be a similar level to what was observed this afternoon. This Flood Alert message will be updated by 09:00 tomorrow, with a forecast for tomorrow afternoon's high tide. The Thames Barrier is not expected to close.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Feb 2018 08:21
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 80 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain normal for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.67mAOD at 14:15 GMT on Thursday 1st February 2018 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 6 Jan 2018 11:29
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is high for this time of year at 158 cubic metres per second and is falling slowly. We anticipate the flows to fall to normal levels by tomorrow morning. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.56mAOD at 17:00 GMT on Saturday 6th January with a high confidence. Astronomical tide levels are falling, and we expect to remove this Flood Alert later this evening. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 4 Jan 2018 18:03
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is high for this time of year at 170 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain high for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.54mAOD at 03:45 GMT on 05 Jan 2018 with a low confidence and 4.64mAOD at 16:15 GMT on 05 Jan 2018 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 5 Nov 2017 12:13
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 10 cubic metres per second and is rising. We anticipate the flows to remain low for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.48mAOD at 14:15 GMT on 05 Nov 2017 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 7 Oct 2017 19:21
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 12 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain normal for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.48mAOD at 04:00 BST on 08 OCT 2017 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 6 Oct 2017 09:30
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 10 to 15 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain normal for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.18mAOD at 15:15 BST on 06 OCT 2017 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 6 Oct 2017 09:00
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 10 to 15 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain normal for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.18mAOD at 14:15 BST on 06 OCT 2017 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).


Flood Alert issued on 5 Oct 2017 19:27
Thames
The river flow at Teddington Weir is normal for this time of year at 11 cubic metres per second and is steady. We anticipate the flows to remain normal for the next few days. The forecast high tide level at Tower Pier will be 4.45mAOD at 02:45 BST on 06 OCT 2017 with a moderate confidence. Astronomical tide levels are rising. The locations potentially affected by flooding are Custom House (EC3R), Narrow Street (E14), Mayflower and Angel pubs (SE16), Royal Naval College riverfront, the Almshouse Slipway at Crane Street (SE10), Bankside by the Tate Modern (SE1), and Three Mill Island (E3).