Flood warning in Bishop’s Waltham

Flooding in Bishop's Waltham today
Flooding in Bishop's Waltham today
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Water levels are continuing to rise at Bishop’s Waltham.

The Environment Agency has issued a warning saying high levels of the River Hamble are being compounded by rising groundwater.

Properties near North and South Pound in the area are at risk of flooding.

Another 20mm of rain is due tomorrow with further heavy rain on Monday.

In Fareham, Hampshire County Council reported all roads were open.

The River Meon is high at Bridge Street, in Titchfield but remains open.

In Gosport, Park Road and Stokes Bay Road are at risk of tidal flooding while the River Alver being high is putting Privett Road at risk of flooding.

And in Emsworth theunderpass at Washington Road is flooded.