Wet and windy weather is continuing to hit the UK in the aftermath of Storm Ciara, with a multitude of flood warnings currently in place.
These are all of the flood warnings currently in place, alongside driving advice during floods.
England flood warnings
These are all 112 flood warnings in place for England, according to Gov.uk.
These flood warnings mean “Flooding is expected - immediate action required.”
Batley Beck at Bradford Road through central BatleyBawdsey Quay and Felixstowe FerryBeaulieuBosham and West ItchenorBramham Beck at BramhamBroughton Beck at Elslack and Broughton Business ParkChristchurch Harbour SideCoast at St Margaret`s at Cliffe, Dover, Folkestone and SandgateCollingham Beck at CollinghamCowes, East Cowes, and NewportCumbrian coastline from Gretna to Silloth including Port Carlisle, Skinburness and RockcliffeCumbrian coastline from St Bees Head to Millom, along the coast from North Head to HaveriggDorset coast at Preston BeachEastoke Seafront and South HaylingEnglish River Dee at FarndonFarehamHamble estuaryHolderness Drain at Wawne Common and Woody CarrHumber estuary at West Hessle foreshoreIngs Beck at Ings Lane, SkiptonIsolated riverside properties on the tidal River Deben estuaryKeswick CampsiteLangstone and EmsworthLow lying properties in the Upper Hull catchmentLyme Regis HarbourMaldon Town waterfront and the HytheMansbridge and Woodmill on the River ItchenMersey Estuary at Arpley Bridge, WarringtonNorth Bank of the Humber estuary in the west of HullNorth Devon Coastal Communities, including Westward Ho! and Combe MartinNorth Devon Coast at IlfracombeNorth Devon coast at LynmouthNorth Sea at AlnmouthNorth Sea at Berwick-Upon-Tweed and TweedmouthNorth Sea at Roker, SunderlandNorth Sea at Scarborough - Foreshore RoadNorth Sea at Scarborough - SandsideNorth Sea at StaithesNorth Sea at Whitby HarbourNorth Sea at Whitley Bay, Cullercoats and TynemouthNorth Sea coast at Bridlington - Harbour Road and Floral PavilionNorth Sea coast at Bridlington - South PierNorth Sea coast at Easington and KilnseaNorth Sea coast at HornseaOakenshaw Beck at AgbriggPoole Harbour at West Quay and Lower Hamworthy QuayRiver Aire at Allerton Ings, Barnsdale Road and PropertiesRiver Aire at Cardigan Fields Leisure Park and Kirkstall WorksRiver Aire at Cardigan Trading EstateRiver Aire at CottingleyRiver Aire at Kirkstall ForgeRiver Aire at Knowsthorpe, Thwaite Gate and StourtonRiver Aire at Neptune StreetRiver Aire at Neptune Street - Canal and River Trust car parkRiver Aire at NewlayRiver Aire at Newton and FairburnRiver Aire at Redcote LaneRiver Aire at ShipleyRiver Aire at St Anns Mill and the GoitsRiver Calder at Methley and MickletownRiver Calder at StanleyRiver Calder at Whalley, around Hole House Farm and Calder ValeRiver Calder at Whalley, between Accrington Rd, Judge Walmsley Mill and Hackings Caravan ParkRiver Calder at Whalley, comprising King St north of Accrington RdRiver Calder at Whitwood MereRiver Doe Lea at Bolsover Coking Works and NetherthorpeRiver Don at Thorpe in BalneRiver Eden at Carlisle, Rickerby Park, Swifts and Stoneyholme Golf CoursesRiver Esk from Briggswath to RuswarpRiver Hull at KingswoodRiver Irwell Near Close ParkRiver Mersey at Cheadle Wood and Ford laneRiver Nidd at Hunsingore and CattalRiver Ouse at Linton LockRiver Ouse at Naburn LockRiver Ouse at York - riverside propertiesRiver Ouse at York - Skeldergate and Tower StreetRiver Ouse at York - St George`s Field and Queen`s StaithRiver Ribble at Ribchester, area surrounding Blackburn RoadRiver Ribble at Ribchester, bordering Boyces Brook, Greenside and surrounding areasRiver Ribble at Samlesbury, around Brockholes Reserve and Lower Brockholes QuarryRiver Ribble at Samlesbury, beside the river including Tickled Trout hotel and service stationRiver Ribble at Walton-le-Dale, area from Fishwick Bottoms to Railway BridgeRiver Ribble at Walton-le-Dale, between Avenham and Miller ParkRiverside properties along the tidal River Yare including Cantley, Brundall and ReedhamRiver Swale at HelperbyRiver Swale at Howe village and by Skipton BridgeRiver Swale at Kirby WiskeRiver Swale at Myton on SwaleRiver Swale at Thornton BridgeRiver Swale at TopcliffeRiver Ure at Aldwark Bridge to Cuddy ShawRiver Ure at Milby IslandRiver Ure at Roecliffe Caravan ParkRiver Vyrnwy at MaesbrookRiver Vyrnwy at MelverleyRiver Weaver at Shrewbridge LodgeRiver Wyre at St Michaels SouthSomerset coast at Clevedon, seafront propertiesSomerset coast at Porlock WeirSouth Devon Coast at the Kingsbridge and Avon EstuariesSwinney Beck at MashamThe A12 at BlythburghThe Essex coast at West Mersea, including The Strood and surrounding marshlandThe Essex coast from Clacton, to and including, Lee-over-SandsThe Suffolk coast at SouthwoldThe tidal River Deben estuary, from Felixstowe Ferry Hamlet to UffordThe tidal River Orwell at Cliff Quay industrial area in IpswichThe tidal River Stour at MistleyThe tidal River Waveney from Ellingham Marshes to BeltonWest Bay HarbourWhiston Brook at Whiston
Scotland flood warnings
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) said, “Flood Warnings advise that flooding is imminent. Immediate action is required – take measures to protect yourself and your property.”
These are all of the flood warnings currently in place:
Portgordon to CullenStonehavenAberdeen (Dee)Inverbervie to TanglehaPeterhead to BoddamAyr to TroonHelmsdale to EmboLybster to DunbeathWickLoch RyanSouth West RhinsWest Luce BayOuter Wigtown BayInner Wigtown BayKirkcudbright BayNith TidalUpper Solway FirthWhitesandsEast Luce BayMontroseBeauly FirthInverness City (Ness Bridge to Friars Bridge)Rosemarkie to AvochCromarty FirthRockfield to BalintorePortmahomack to InverStrathglassFindhorn to LossiemouthArdersier to NairnSluggan to Dulnain BridgeSpey Viaduct to Spey BayStromnessBurray and Ayre of CaraChurchill BarriersSt Margaret's HopeLonghope and HoyStronsaySandayWestrayYarrow ValleyPeebles (Eddleston Water)Monteviot to KelsoRosebankDumbartonLogierait to Jubilee BridgeInnerpeffray to Bridge of Earn
Can I drive during a flood?
The Met Office explains that, “if the road is flooded, turn around and find another route.“The number one cause of death during flooding is driving through flood water, so the safest advice is turn around, don't drown.”
Flood water can also damage your car, with the Met Office adding, “Flood water also contains hidden hazards which can damage your car, and just an egg-cupful of water sucked into your car's engine will lead to severe damage.”
The public are also advised to stay away from swollen rivers and not to walk through flood water.