The flooding in Worcestershire continues: the story from Monday, January 6, in your tweets and photos (From Worcester News)
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The flooding in Worcestershire continues: the story from Monday, January 6, in your tweets and photos
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- The flooding in Worcestershire showed little sign of easing today.
- There were 19 flood warnings in place for the Midlands this morning, though it is important to stress that riverside towns such as Evesham and Upton are still very much open for business.
- Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
That's all for today.
Thanks, as always, to all our contributors, particularly Dave Throup of the Environment Agency.
Look out for more updates on this site tomorrow.
Now this is just fun...
BBC video from a few days ago, but worth a look.
Dramatic pic shows the moment flood defences began to overtop at Minsterworth. Stood lower than river! pic.twitter.com/DtpeVE0WWW— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) January 6, 2014
A pot of gold in Fishmeadow? pic.twitter.com/yBNVQEYbKp— Jackie Surtees (@uptonuponsevern) January 6, 2014
Hanley Road 11.15am pic.twitter.com/OecIn7donF— Jackie Surtees (@uptonuponsevern) January 6, 2014
Dear me, that's one serious pile at old Powick bridge. Biggest I've seen! pic.twitter.com/Btnl2GkSqF— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) January 6, 2014
How the Worcester News set the scene this morning:
ANOTHER wet week lies ahead for Worcestershire — with the Environment Agency now predicting the River Severn will continue to rise until tomorrow.
But the end could be in sight with the Met Office predicting much drier weather from tomorrow onwards.
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