Mersey Estuary at Warrington

Warning no longer in force

This information last updated 9:50am, Thursday 13th September.

Flood Warning Area Details

Areas at risk include Fiddlers Ferry, Eastford Road, Arpley Bridge, Knutsford Road, Howley, Kingsway North and Westy.

Region: North West

Counties covered: Halton, Warrington

Watercourses covered: Mersey Estuary

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Mersey Estuary at Warrington.

Icons on the map show nearby level monitoring stations. They are not necessarily related to this particular flood warning area.

Other Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Wider area at risk from Sankey Brook at Sankey Bridges
Areas at risk include the Sankey Recreation ground, Samuel St, Booth St, Dale Close, Bond Close and parts of Hepherd St and Marina Avenue

No current or recent warnings.

Areas Closest to Sankey Brook at Sankey Bridges
Areas at risk include Liverpool Road from Kent Road to Beaufort Street, Rostherne Close, Evelyn Street and Huntley Street.

No current or recent warnings.

Mersey Estuary at Moss Side
The area at Moss Side Lane and Lapwing Lane are at risk of flooding from the estuary due to high tides.

No current or recent warnings.

Mersey Estuary at Eastford Road, Warrington
Property is at risk of flooding from the Estuary due to high tides. In particular houses on Eastford Rd backing onto the disused canal, properties on Baronet Rd and Taylor St closest to the junction with Eastford Rd and Morley Common are at risk

No current or recent warnings.

Mersey Estuary at Bank Quay, Warrington
The Bank Quay area of Warrington is at risk of flooding from the Estuary due to high tides. Areas at risk includes industrial units behind the railway embankment at Bank Quay Station next to the Estuary and property around the Atherton Quay area.

No current or recent warnings.

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