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Flood Warning 065FAG016


Warning added: 10:43, 27th January 2020

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Groundwater levels in the upper Lavant Valley are still high, but are currently stable or falling. 5mm of rain was measured Sunday 26/1/2020. Less than 10mm of rain is expected to fall in total, Monday and overnight into Tuesday 28/1/2020. The remainder of the week is predicted to remain unsettled, but with only brief periods of rain over the next five days and maybe into next week. The amounts of rain currently forecast will not cause groundwater levels to rise significantly. The overall trend expected for the next 5 days is for groundwater levels to remain high, but stable. Minor impacts from high groundwater could be possible, including springs appearing and water on roads. There is a suggestion the weather will turn cooler and drier next week. We will continue to monitor levels and forecasts. If you have pumps to help manage water levels in cellars, please ensure they are operational. We will update this message by 14:00 31/1/2020.

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