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Met office warns of ‘terrible’ rain drivers stay off roads

Where are the floods?

The A27 motorway has been closed in West Sussex. in in both directions between Emsworth and Chichester after heavy rain which left up up to 20 cars stuck in flood water, according to the West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.

Service posted on Twitter: “Police on stage and road closed in both directions. we visit with specialist equipment to help bring people to safety. AVOID THIS AREA and travel only when necessary.”

Some railroad tracks damaged on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning with gap between Tonbridge and Hasting caused flooding in tunnel at Wadhurst in East Sussex.

National Rail said they fixed the problem in tunnel with blown fuse and melted piece of signaling equipment, with destruction on line at least until 6 am.

Flooding between Lewis and Brighton stations also causing disruptions expected before 9:00 am, including cancellations and delays.

on the island of white, flood caused cancellation of trains on island line until 9 am.

And motorists were warned by the tourist service Romanse. of “serious delays” around the A27 and A3M near Havant, Hampshire because of flood caused under rain.

Police in Winchester, Hampshire, yes also advised of a big tree is coming down and block the road in Swanmore.

Road and rail passengers delayed due to flooding with 26 flood warnings in force in England this morning.

Highways and trails were blocked due to heavy rains after the Environmental Protection Agency predicted flooding. in southern and eastern part of country.

The train delays come amid continued disruptions between Peterborough and Leicester after vehicle hit a low railroad bridge near Melton Mowbray. on Tuesday.

The flooding has closed the M23 southbound between junctions 10 and 11, as well as the A27 near the A259 junction, National Highways said.

Traffic accident this morning with lane closures on M62 between junctions 26 and 25 and A63 between A15/A1105 and A1034. in Oriental riding of Yorkshire.

Environmental Protection Agency flood warnings urge residents to take action as “flooding is expected”.

He advises move vehicles to higher land, values, family and pets safety and turn off gas, electricity and water supply where it is safe.

Three flood warnings and 43 flood alerts

Meanwhile, the Environmental Protection Agency issued three flood warnings and 43 flood alerts mostly on the south coast since of Wednesday afternoon.

weather bureau first weather warning kicked out in at 17:00, covering the southeast area extending from Southampton and the island of White in Hampshire on the coast in Kent, before 6 am on Thursday.

Forecasters warned the roads homes and businesses may be flooded and transportation services may be disrupted.

Other yellow rain warning then came to force through the big area of United Kingdom for whole of Thursday, from 12:00 to 23:59.

It covers area stretching from Birmingham, Lincoln and Hull to north Wales, Liverpool and Manchester, and the East Coast up to the Scottish border.

The rain brings small chance of homes and flooding of businesses, temporary reduction of communities off due to flooded roads and disruptions in transport, warns the Hydrometeorological Center.

Third warning will enter force at 3 pm on Thursday until 18:00 on Friday for East Coast of Scotland extending from the English border up past aberdeen with similar risks of floods and traffic problems.

BUT yellow weather warning was also published for fog in parts of Northern Ireland from 4:40 to 10:00. on Thursday.

Rain and wind combine to create ‘terrible’ conditions

Met Office spokesman Craig Snell said: warning areas where we are most concerned about risk of floods, but this does not mean that the areas outside they won’t see some pretty terrible conditions.”

Mr Snell said warning is in place for southeast, because “from the very beginning it was quite humid there of november with many places already seeing more than their month share of rain”.

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