Two flood warnings remain in place for Fareham district

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PEOPLE are being urged to take care as bad weather continues to affect the area.

Two flood warnings are in place for the Fareham area, concerning the River Meon.

Motorists negotiating flooding at the start of the A32, as it join with School Road, Wickham with St Nicholas Church behind

Motorists negotiating flooding at the start of the A32, as it join with School Road, Wickham with St Nicholas Church behind

The river is at exceptionally high levels and has led to several roads being closed again today, including Titchfield Hill and Bridge Street in Titchfield.

The A32 has also been closed, southbound near Northfields Farm Road, Wickham.

An accident on the Southwick Road, Boarhunt, this morning prompted emergency services to urge people to take care when driving in the wet conditions.

Around 30mm of rain fell last night, and another 40mm is expected throughout today.

Flood meadows in Wickham look fit to burst

Flood meadows in Wickham look fit to burst

The villages of Droxford and Soberton have also been affected by this flooding.

Call Floodline on 0845 988 1188, select option 1 and enter Quickdial number 0122322 to get more information.