Across the UK, 116 flood warnings are in place. The Environment Agency has indicated that further flooding is possible due to heavy rain forecast until Wednesday.
Flooding from Storm Bobbet in the United Kingdom, which has left four dead, could last for several days, the government warned on Monday. British Environment Agency (and this).
across England, 116 flood warnings remain in effectincluding the East Midlands and across the River Severn.
till date, Four people died Flooding in Shropshire and Derbyshire and two in Scotland.
The environmental organization has pointed out that Heavy rains are expected through Wednesday, which could lead to further flooding In some parts of England, around the River Severn.
“Flooding on the River Severn will continue until Wednesday New river flooding is possible In parts of England due to heavy rain”, the agency says.
Until now, 1,250 properties were inundated In England.
More than 500 homes were evacuated in Nottinghamshire (central England). Two warnings were activated on Sunday and the English towns of Retford and West Retford due to the risk of the River Idle overflowing.
In the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire counties, some rivers have exceeded their historic maximum levels in recent days, which would have been recorded in 2007.
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