River levels slowly fall after heavy rain
FLOODING fears in the Tewkesbury area are easing as rivers levels slowly fall.
The Environment Agency yesterday still had a flood warning in place for the River Severn at the Severn Ham, including Abbey Mill, Upper and Lower Lode and Shakespeare Court.
And although normal seasonal flooding in the town remained, the agency expected levels to continue to drop over the next few days.
The Met Office is forecasting dry weather today and, although it may rain tomorrow. The Environment Agency does not expect it to have a major impact on the town and believes river levels will continue to drop. Earlier this week, the agency said that its flood warning for the Tewkesbury area related to low-lying land that formed part of the natural floodplain. It said it was not aware of any homes or businesses having flooded and did not expect that to happen.
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