Flood danger returns as new warnings issued

PUBLISHED: 16:07 13 August 2014 | UPDATED: 16:19 13 August 2014

This picture of the high tides at the weekend was taken by Nick Page Hayman.

This picture of the high tides at the weekend was taken by Nick Page Hayman.

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FLOODING is again expected in parts of North Somerset and Sedgemoor tonight and tomorrow, with more high tides on the way.

Clevedon, Portishead, Burnham, Weston, Pill, Weston and Kingston Seymour have all been warned of potential floods by the Environment Agency, with high tides expected this evening.

The agency has released specfic warnings for the coastline between Portishead Point and Avonmouth and Watch House Road in Pill for around 9.30pm tonight and 9.45am tomorrow, with ‘some onshore flooding’ possible.

Clevedon has also received a warning for the area between Gullhouse Point and Marine Parade, with coastal and tidal areas in Weston, Burnham, Portishead and Kingston Seymour on a lower flood alert for 9pm and 9.30am.

To stay up to date on flood information, click here to visit the Environment Agency website or call the flood line on 03459 881188.

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