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Video: River Trent in Nottingham update as levels rise again – 3 January afternoon

Since this morning’s update, levels on the River Trent at Trent Bridge have risen higher higher this afternoon – the Environment Agency are monitoring the water levels.

Days of heavy rain have caused flooding across Nottinghamshire and dozens of flood warnings and flood alerts remain in place this evening 3 January.

The Trent is expected to hit peak levels on Thursday morning 4 January.

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Roads are also closed across the county.

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Nottinghamshire County Council has urged residents to prepare for flooding – Nottinghamshire County Council urges residents to prepare for flooding

@westbridgfordwirenews Residents across Nottinghamshire are being reminded to check flooding advice following Storm Henk. A number of communities across the county have already experienced flooding, and with river levels in some places yet to peak, Nottinghamshire County Council is advising residents to check flood alerts and warnings in place across the county to stay prepared . #stormhenk #nottingham #flood #flooding #ukflood #foryoupage #fyp #westbridgford #westbridgford #nottinghamnews #nottinghamshire #metofficeweatherwarning #metoffice #notts #rivertrent #trentbridge ♬ original sound – West Bridgford Wire News
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