Further flooding is expected, particularly in central southern England, and there could be huge waves and high tides, leading to flooding.
“The public should be aware of the risk of disruption from flooding, given the rain falling on to saturated ground” said a spokesman for the Met Office.
“Strong winds may cause some damage with disruption due to falling trees particularly likely. With large waves and high tides, there is a further risk of flooding in some coastal areas.”
Last night, residents of the troubled Iford Bridge Home Park met with council leaders and representatives of several other agencies to discuss the recent flooding problems.
Those living at the site were evacuated in the early hours of Christmas Day and again in the New Year and they gathered in their local church to discuss the problems with police, Environment Agency and council representatives.
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