Flood Warning issued on 10 Feb 2020 07:31
River levels remain high but are now falling following persistent heavy rainfall due to Storm Ciara. Whilst further showers are forecast throughout today, 10/02/20, we do not expect these to cause significant impacts to river levels, which should continue to fall. Consequently we expect the risk of flooding to reduce throughout the day, and will review the continuing need for this warning once the river drops below levels of concern.
To report flooding impacts, please call our incident hotline on 0800 80 70 60.
We continue to closely monitor the situation from our incident room. Please see GOV.UK for a 5 day flood forecast, plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded, and avoid contact with flood water. We will update this message by 12:00 10/02/20, or as the situation changes.
Flood Warning issued on 9 Feb 2020 22:40
River levels have risen as a result of persistent heavy rainfall due to Storm Ciara. Consequently, flooding of property is possible overnight (9/02/2020). We expect flooding to affect properties in Mill Bridge and Cononley. Scattered rainfall is forecast overnight and we expect river levels to remain high until Monday morning (10/02/2020).
Our incident room is open and we are closely monitoring the situation. Please put your flood plan into action and see GOV.UK for a 5 day flood forecast. Please plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded, and avoid contact with flood water. We will update this message by 06:40 10/02/20, or as the situation changes.
Flood Warning issued on 17 Mar 2019 08:00
River levels have risen as a result of yesterdays rainfall meaning the washlands are now full. Areas most at risk are properties in Mill Bridge and Cononley Further occasional light rain is forecast throughout today, Sunday 17/03/2019. We expect river levels to remain high until midday today. We are not currently expecting the rainfall to cause flooding of properties. We are monitoring the washlands and our incident response staff are closely monitoring the forecast.
This message will be updated this afternoon, 17/03/2019 or as the situation changes