Flood Warning Info - River Blythe at Blyth End

Area Description

River Blythe at Blyth End including properties off the Blythe Road area.
This is a Flood Warning Area. For this area, you may receive Flood Warnings or Severe Flood Warnings.
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There are no Flood Warnings currently in force for this area. See below for historical flood warnings.

Area Covered by this Flood Warning

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Flood Warning History

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


Flood Warning issued on 2 Apr 2018 21:43
River Blythe
Heavy and prolonged rainfall has fallen overnight in the River Blythe catchment. Levels on the River Blythe are rising and may continue to rise through the remainder of today (Monday 2nd April) and the early hours of tomorrow. Properties and low lying areas around Blyth End may flood in the early hours of tomorrow (Tuesday 3rd April). River levels will peak between 1.9 and 2.1 metres at around 02.00 hours tomorrow morning. Flood water may be deep and fast flowing in areas. Residents are strongly urged to take action now. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings. We will be closely monitoring the situation and this message will be updated if the situation changes.


Flood Warning issued on 31 Mar 2018 16:18
River Blythe
Heavy showery banded rain has fallen in the catchment of the River Blythe in Warwickshire and will continue throughout the early hours of today. River Blythe is reacting to the rain on an already saturated catchment and may continue to rise. Properties and low lying areas around Blyth End including properties off the Blythe Road area will be affected . Flood waters may be deep and fast flowing in all these areas. Residents are strongly urged to take action now. Remain safe and be aware of your local surroundings. We will be closely monitoring the situation throughout the day and this message will be updated as the situation changes.


Flood Warning issued on 13 Mar 2018 03:49
River Blythe
Persistent rainfall has fallen within the River Blythe catchment yesterday. This has resulted in river levels rising overnight and into this morning. Flooding of properties is now expected during this morning and into the afternoon (Tuesday 13 March). We expect no rainfall to fall for the next 12 hours and are currently expecting river levels to peak today. Take care near areas of concern and monitor your local conditions, and the GOV.UK website. We have Duty officers actively monitoring the situation.


Flood Warning issued on 28 Dec 2017 08:16
River Blythe
Following the heavy rain yesterday, river levels remain high the River Blythe network. Flooding to properties remains possible in this area. Further rainfall is expected in the area on tomorrow and levels may rise again into the weekend. Take care near areas of concern and monitor your local conditions, and the GOV.UK website. Field staff are in the local area, and we are continuously monitoring the situation. This message will be updated as the situation changes


Flood Warning issued on 27 Dec 2017 17:29
River Blythe
There has been heavy rainfall last night and into today in the Blythe Catchment in Warwickshire. There is no more significant rainfall expected for the next 24 hours, however the river levels will continue to rise as the water makes it's way through the river network. Flooding to properties is expected in this area later this evening (Wednesday 27 December 2017) Further rainfall is expected in the area on Friday and levels may rise again into the weekend. Take care near areas of concern and monitor your local conditions, and the GOV.UK website. Field staff are in the local area, and we are continuously monitoring the situation. This message will be updated as the situation changes.