The Environment Agency has re-issued flood warnings for the upper catchment area of Hull including Watton Carrs, Emmotland, Wansford, and Frodingham Bridge.
The EA’s website was updated at lunchtime today to warn that the current level of Frodingham Beck at Frodingham Bridge is 1.16 metres and will remain high over the weekend. The area last experienced flooding in November 2012 and the EA are advising people to be fully prepared for another event.
Flood Analysis – Frodingham Bridge
We ran a report on Frodingham Bridge to analyse flood risk in the vicinity. The above flood map, modeled using our own Flowroute™ flood modelling technology, shows the areas surrounding the beck likely to be affected by a 1 in 100 year flood event. Our own data also shows a high risk of an extreme flood event and surface water flooding. See the data below.
Full reports featuring river, tidal and surface water flood maps plus the latest flood data, for the Hull catchment area, can be accessed by running a search at RiskCentral: www.riskcentral.co.uk