The red highlighted area on the map below outlines the area covered by this Flood Warning.
Number of historic Flood Warnings that have previously been recorded for this area:
Flood Warning issued on 17 Mar 2019 02:25
River levels have now fallen below the flood risk threshold. However, a Flood Alert also remains in force for the wider area, as flooding may still affect roads and low lying land. Further showers are forecast into the morning of Sunday 17 March, but we do not currently expect these to have a significant impact on river levels. We continue to monitor the situation from the Leeds Incident Room.
Please plan driving routes to avoid low lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded.
Flood Warning issued on 17 Mar 2019 01:24
Levels have peaked and are beginning to fall. The rain has cleared the catchment, but the threat of showers remains into the early hours of Sunday morning. Consequently, the risk of flooding is reducing and we do not currently expect the forecast showers to cause the rivers to rise to levels which could result in property flooding.
Our incident response staff are closely monitoring the forecast from the Leeds Incident Room. Please see the GOV.UK website for a 5 day flood forecast.
This message will be updated in 8 hours, or as the situation changes.
Flood Warning issued on 16 Mar 2019 17:56
River levels continue to remain high as a result of today’s prolonged rainfall. The rainfall is forecast to continue through Saturday and into the evening, but river levels are predicted to subside over the course of the evening but may remain high before they begin to fall again.
We have had reports of roads flooded in this area, so please avoid contact with flood water and plan your routes carefully and continue to action any flood plan.
The Leeds Incident Room is open and we are continuing to monitor the situation. This message will be updated in 8 hours or as the situation changes.
Flood Warning issued on 16 Mar 2019 13:57
Prolonged rainfall has been experienced in the Calder catchment throughout this morning, resulting in rising levels on the River Calder. The rainfall is forecast to continue through Saturday and into the evening. Areas most at risk are properties on Haugh Road and Stoodley Lane.
Levels are continuing to rise and there is a risk for roads to be flooded and a risk to properties. The levels are expected to peak just around 3p.m. but will remain high throughout Saturday afternoon before they start to fall in the early evening.
The Leeds Incident Room is open, we are closely monitoring the situation and our incident response staff are closely monitoring the forecast.
Please do not walk or drive through fast moving water.
This message will be updated by 10pm, or as the situation changes.
Flood Warning issued on 2 Apr 2018 21:11
After persistent rainfall throughout today, 2nd April 2018, river levels are continuing to rise and are expected to reach a level where flooding is a possibility. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will provide an update should the situation change from the current forecast.
Please stay aware of your surroundings and do not put yourself at risk. If you have a flood plan, please start to use it.
Flood Warning issued on 21 Oct 2017 23:16
River levels are falling but further rainfall is expected through the night with heavier bursts in some locations across the Upper River Calder. The heaviest of the rain is expected between 0600 and 0800 on 22 October. This rain will cause the River Calder to rise again, although not to the levels we saw on Saturday 21 October. We have teams in the field inspecting flood defences and we will continue to monitor the forecasts overnight.
Flood Warning issued on 21 Oct 2017 18:38
This flood warning has been issued following the intense rainfall this afternoon. We are expecting levels to continue to rise rapidly into the evening. If you have a flood plan please put this into action. We are monitoring the situation and will update when needed