An update from the River Trent at Trent Bridge shows significantly higher levels than earlier this morning.
A flood alert is in place for the area.
River levels have risen at the Clifton Bridge, Colwick and Shardlow river gauges as a result of Storm BABET. Consequently, flooding continues.
Areas most at risk are Queens Drive Park and Ride, the B6540 Tamworth Road at Sawley, Thrumpton, Stoke Bardolph, Fiskerton, Hoveringham and Gunthorpe, Wykes Lane at Farndon, Tolney Lane and Kelham Road at Newark, the A6097 at Gunthorpe, Fosse Road at East-Stoke, Boat Lane at Bleasby and Hoveringham, and cellars of low-lying properties at Cavendish Bridge.
Queens Drive Park and Ride site may be closed, Gunthorpe to Shelford Road impassable. The A6097 Gunthorpe to Lowdham road may be flooded, the Fiskerton to Rolleston road may be affected by the River Greet, Gunthorpe to East Bridgford road may be impassable.
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