Adverse weather update. Latest update: 3 January 2014

30 December 2013

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With the adverse weather conditions set to continue into the New Year, Woking Borough Council is urging residents and drivers to stay up-to-date with local flood alerts and weather warnings.

  • Residents can find out the latest flood warnings by visiting the Environment Agency website. To contact the Environment Agency's floodline, please call 08459 881188.
  • To stay up-to-date with the latest weather reports, listen out for local radio or television reports or visit the Met Office website.
  • Woking Borough Council will be issuing updates via Twitter: @WokingCouncil

For further information on how to protect your property and what to do in the event of flooding, please visit the Council's flood webpages.

Latest updates

3 January 2014, pm

  • A flood warning has been issued for the River Wey in Old Woking.
  • A flood alert has been issued for the Hoe Stream.

3 January 2014, am

River Wey - Water levels in the area are high. There is a possibility that some properties in the area may be flooded in the next 24 hours. Please use the checklist provided below now to prepare and protect your home from damage.

River Wey. Be prepared checklist.