GALLERY: Road closed across Huntingdonshire and warning issued as flood levels may rise again
FLOOD levels in Alconbury are falling but heavy rainfall today could mean they could rise again.
The Environment Agency has kept a flood warning for Alconbury and Alconbury Weston as weather predictions show a further five to 25mm of rain is expected today.
The agency is also maintaining its flood alert along the River Great Ouse and expect the river level from Wyboston to St Neots and Offord to rising as the water comes down the system from Bedford.
This morning Cambridgeshire County Council announced that the B645 Thrapston Road, Kimbolton, between Easton Road and the B660 Park Lane was closed.
The Low Road in St Ives is partially blocked due to flooding between A1096 Harrison Way and A14, the B1514 Huntingdon Road, Brampton is flooded near the junction to the Brampton Mill, and the Environment Agency’s regional headquarters, and the B1050 Chapel Lane, Earith, is partially blocked between A1123 and Fen End junction.
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The Met Office has not issued a weather warning for the East of England today.
Jerry Lay took this photograph of his friend Graham Dingwell in Alconbury yesterday (Sunday).
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