Flooding threat spreads to Severn and Thames riverside properties
Environment Agency warns high tides, large waves and strong winds could lead to floods in south-west and southern England.
More homes and businesses are in danger of being flooded over the next few days as pressure built on the government to take action to prevent a similar crisis in the future and residents of the worst-hit area, the Somerset Levels, prepared for a royal visit.
The Environment Agency said high tides, large waves and strong winds would lead to a risk of coastal flooding along the south west and southern coasts of England tuesday and wednesday. It warned that properties on the banks of rivers including the Severn and the Thames could also be affected over the same period.
A severe weather warning was issued by the Met Office for Wednesday saying that gusts of up to 80mph and another 40mm of rain were possible across much of southern England and Wales.
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