Flood Warning Info - Lindfield Bridge

Area Description

River Ouse at Lindfield Bridge including Pims Lock.
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 16 Feb 2020 23:21
Ouse
River levels are still high on the Ouse, but have now peaked and are beginning to fall through Lindfield Bridge, after Storm Dennis' widespread heavy rain. Flood impacts will continue to affect fields, gardens, roads and isolated properties, including Bridge House and Deans Mill, Lindfield Bridge. Please continue to take care in and around flood affected areas, flood water can contain hidden dangers. Rain has now cleared, and only isolated showers are expected until Thursday 20/2/2020. These showers are unlikely to cause river levels to rise significantly, if at all. River levels may not return to normal until Monday afternoon 17/2/2020. We are operating our structures at Pimms Lock to help reduce flood risk. Please keep flood protection products installed in Lindfield Bridge, if you have them. We will update this message by 10:00 17/2/2020.


Flood Warning issued on 16 Feb 2020 09:32
Ouse
The Upper Ouse is rising quickly after 30mm of rainfall due to Storm Dennis. A further 10 mm is possible by 15:00 16/02/2020. River levels are rising and property flooding is expected from 10:30 16/02/2020. Water will also affect fields, gardens, and roads. Impacts could be similar to Christmas 2019. Locations could include: Bridge House and Deans Mill, Lindfield Bridge. Water may begin to approach Grange Farm. Rain will ease Sunday afternoon. With only isolated showers through to midweek, river levels should begin to fall by Monday afternoon 17/02/2020. Please install flood protection products in Lindfield Bridge, now, if you have them. We are operating our structures at Pimms Lock to help reduce flood risk. We will update this message by 22:00 16/02/2020


Flood Warning issued on 21 Dec 2019 16:02
Ouse
River levels have fallen following Friday’s heavy rain. More widespread rain is forecast from 17:00 today 21/12/2019 until 08:00 22/12/2019, and rivers will rise in response to this rainfall. Flooding is possible from 23:00 21/12/2019. Locations to be affected will include a small number of properties around Bridge House, Deans Mill, and Lindfield Bridge. Fields, gardens and rural roads will also be affected by flooding. River levels will peak by 12:00 22/12/2019, and then slowly fall. Sunday and Monday should stay largely dry, but rain is forecast for Tuesday (24/12/2019), which may cause river levels to rise again. Flood protection products are recommended to be installed in Lindfield Bridge now, if you have them. We are operating our structures at Pimms Lock to help keep the river flowing freely and reduce flood risk. We will update this message by 12:00 22/12/2019.


Flood Warning issued on 20 Dec 2019 19:36
Ouse
Following nearly a month’s rainfall over the past week and 20mm Thursday night, river levels are still very high on the River Ouse. Flood impacts will likely continue until Sunday 22/12/2019. Locations affected will include a small number of properties around Bridge House and Deans Mill, Lindfield Bridge. Fields, gardens and rural roads will also be affected by flooding. A small amount of rain early Saturday morning will be followed by more widespread rain between 17:00 Saturday 21/12/2019 and 08:00 Sunday 22/12/2019. While river levels may fall slightly Friday night and Saturday morning, by Sunday (22/12/2019) river levels will likely return to heights similar to Friday, if not higher. Please keep flood protection products installed in Lindfield Bridge, if you have them. We are operating our structures at Pimms Lock to help keep the river flowing freely and reduce flood risk We will update this message by 17:00 21/12/2019.


Flood Warning issued on 20 Dec 2019 05:41
Ouse
Following nearly a month’s rainfall over the past week and 20mm Thursday night, river levels are high and rising on the River Ouse. Flooding is expected from 06:30 20/12/2019. Locations to be affected will include a small number of properties around Bridge House and Deans Mill, Lindfield Bridge. Fields, gardens and rural roads will also be affected by flooding. The widespread rain should clear from 09:00 20/12/2019, leaving a largely dry day Friday, apart from isolated showers. Widespread rain will return from 15:00 Saturday 21/12/2019. River levels will continue to rise until 18:00 20/12/2019, but further increases should be expected Saturday evening 21/12/2019 following the next band of rain. Flood protection products are recommended to be installed in Lindfield Bridge now, if you have them. We are operating our structures at Pimms Lock to help keep the river flowing freely and reduce flood risk. We will update this message by 21:00 20/12/2019.