Flood Warning Info - Somerset coast at Clevedon, seafront properties

Area Description

Coastline between Gullhouse Point and Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach.
This is a Flood Warning Area. For this area, you may receive Flood Warnings or Severe Flood Warnings.
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Flood Warning History

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Historical Flood Warning Messages for this Area


Flood Warning issued on 12 Mar 2020 14:53
Bristol Channel
High spring tides combined with a tidal surge and strong winds may lead to overtopping of sea defences. However, the forecast tide height is predicted to be lower than those reached on Wednesday evening. Forecast high water is 21:30 on 12/03/20 with a level of 8.21 mAOD and a Force 7 West South Westerly wind. All times are local and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth, and mAOD is the height above average sea level. There is the possibility of flooding to the most vulnerable seafront properties for the coast between Gullhouse Point and Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach. Properties at risk include Green Beach and the Amusement Arcade on Elton Road and the recreation ground behind Marine Lake. This flood warning is not expected for any future tides but a flood alert may remain in force. We have operational gangs on the ground to monitor the tides and any impacts. Please be careful along beaches, promenades and coastal footpaths and roads.


Flood Warning issued on 11 Mar 2020 14:36
Bristol Channel
High spring tides and a tidal surge may lead to overtopping of sea defences. The forecast high water is 20:45 on 11/03/20 with a level of 8.56 mAOD and a Force 6 South Westerly wind. All times are local and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth. mAOD is height above average sea level. There is the possibility of flooding to vulnerable seafront properties at these times for the coast between Gullhouse Point and Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach. Properties at risk include Green Beach and the Amusement Arcade on Elton Road and the recreation ground behind Marine Lake. Coastal conditions for this flood warning are not currently expected to continue beyond tonight’s high tide, but we will keep reviewing the situation. We have operational gangs on the ground to monitor the tides and any impacts. Please be careful along beaches, promenades and coastal footpaths and roads.


Flood Warning issued on 11 Feb 2020 13:54
Bristol Channel
Recent strong winds and tidal surge have reduced in intensity but this spring tide sequence will continue to impact the North Somerset coastline until Wednesday 12/02/20. First high tide is 21:15 on Tuesday 11/02/20 with a level of 8.0m AOD and a Force 6 Westerly wind. Second high tide is 09:30 on Wednesday 12/02/20 with a level of 7.96m AOD and a Force 4 Westerly wind. All times are local and refer to the high water at Avonmouth. Spray overtopping of sea defences is possible one to two hours around these times. Flooding may affect the coastline from Gullhouse Point to Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach. Vulnerable sea front properties may be affected by conditions during these high tides as the forecast winds remain very changeable. Our incident response staff are monitoring the local situation carefully. Stay aware in case a further warning is issued. This message will be updated tomorrow, Wednesday 11/02/20 or as the situation changes.


Flood Warning issued on 11 Feb 2020 13:28
Bristol Channel
Recent strong winds and tidal surge have reduced in intensity but this spring tide sequence will continue to impact the North Somerset coastline until Wednesday 12/02/20. First high tide is 21:15 on Tuesday 11/02/20 with a level of 8.0m AOD and a Force 6 Westerly wind. Second high tide is 09:30 on Wednesday 12/02/20 with a level of 7.96m AOD and a Force 4 Westerly wind. All times are local and refer to the high water at Avonmouth. Spray overtopping of sea defences is possible one to two hours around these times. Flooding may affect the coastline from Gullhouse Point to Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach. Vulnerable sea front properties may be affected by conditions during these high tides as the forecast winds remain very changeable. Our incident response staff are monitoring the local situation carefully. Stay aware in case a further warning is issued. This message will be updated tomorrow, Wednesday 11/02/20 or as the situation changes.


Flood Warning issued on 10 Feb 2020 13:52
Bristol Channel
Strong onshore winds and tidal surge will continue to affect the North Somerset coastline through this spring tide sequence. First forecast high water is 20:30 on Monday 10/02/20 with a tide level of 8.01m AOD and a Force 6 Westerly wind. Tide times are in local time and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth. Spray overtopping of sea defences is possible around this time, however conditions may apply one to two hours either side of the high tide. Flooding may occur around the time of high water for the coastline between Gullhouse Point and Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach. Vulnerable sea front properties at the Beach and Marine Parade may be affected by conditions during these high tides. Our incident response staff will closely monitor the situation along this coastline. Please stay aware in case further warnings are issued. This message will be updated tomorrow morning, 11/02/20, or as the situation changes.


Flood Warning issued on 9 Feb 2020 13:20
Bristol Channel
Storm Ciara will bring strong onshore winds and a large tidal surge over this spring tide sequence. First high tide is 19:30 on 09/02/20 with a level of 7.48m AOD and a Force 8 West South Westerly wind. Second high tide is 08:00 on 10/02/20 with a level of 7.55m AOD and a Force 6 Westerly wind. Tide times are in local time and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth. Flooding may occur around two hours either side of the high tide for the coastline between Gullhouse Point and Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach. Vulnerable sea front properties at the Beach and Marine Parade may be affected by conditions during these high tides. Our incident response staff continue monitor the storm surge and local situations closely. Please stay aware in case further warnings are issued. This message will be updated tomorrow afternoon, 10/02/20, or as the situation changes.


Flood Warning issued on 30 Sep 2019 16:39
Bristol Channel
Waves are forecast to overtop sea defences with sea spray expected as a result of high spring tides and strong winds. The time and date of the forecast high water is 21:24 on 30/09/2019. The forecast tide level is 8.42 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 6 west south westerly. The wind will be gusting at Force 7 in the lead up to high tide. Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth. Flooding to properties is possible at high tide, however conditions may apply one to two hours either side of the high tide. We believe there is a possibility of flooding for the coastline between Gullhouse Point and Marine Parade including the Marine Lake, Elton Road and The Beach. Our incident response staff will be on site this evening between the Little Harp Inn and the Salthouse. This message will be updated on Tuesday morning.


Flood Warning issued on 2 Jan 2018 14:08
Bristol Channel
Overtopping and onshore flooding may occur where waves crash against the face of a seawall, causing water to splash up and over the seawall. Flooding may occur as a result of high water levels combined with high energy waves. The time and date of the forecast high water is 19:45 on 02/01/2018. The forecast tide level is 7.75 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 6 South South Westerly. The time and date of the second forecast high water is 07:45 on 03/01/2018. The forecast tide level is 8.27 m AOD. The forecast wind strength and direction is Force 8 Westerly Please note all tide times are in local time and are using the 24 hour clock and refer to the high water time at Avonmouth. First properties to flood include Green Beach and the Amusement Arcade on Elton Road and the recreation ground behind Marine Lake.