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Essex Severe Weather and Flood Warnings

Latest overall summary of weather and flood warnings issued for Essex...

All current Met Office severe weather and Environment Agency flood warnings affecting Essex are listed below. Each warning is listed by type and severity and any local authorities at risk are also shown with respective warning levels.

The Essex Weather and Flood Forecasting Centre does not produce warnings - this is the sole responsibility of the relevant Government agencies and public bodies listed below. We will however provide updates when severe weather or flooding occurs within Essex via our social media channels.

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severe weather warnings

There are currently NO SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS issued for this county by the Met Office

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flood warnings

There is currently ONE FLOOD ALERT issued for this county by the Environment Agency

Rivers Pant and Blackwater from Great Bardfield to Langford, including Braintree and the River Brain from Black Notley to Witham

We are seeing river levels rise a a result of last nights and this mornings rainfall, particularly on the river Brain. River levels are likely to stabilise before falling.

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Longitude: 0.69° E

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