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Flood alert issued for Greater Manchester after heavy rain

A flood alert has been issued for land close to the River Mersey following heavy downpours today. The Environment Agency has issued the warning after wet weather caused river levels to rise.

Residents living close to affected areas, said to include Altrincham, Bramhall, Sale, Stretford, Gatley, hulme>Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle and Urmston, are advised to be 'prepared'. Forecasters are predicting that tomorrow will be mostly dry, in comparison to today's consistent downpours.

The alert reads: "River levels have risen on the River Mersey as a result of persistent rainfall. River levels are expected to remain high until the early hours of tomorrow morning (20/11/23).

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"We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated tomorrow (20/11/23) or as the situation changes.

"Flood alert area: The Middle River Mersey catchment includes Micker, Cringle, Sinderland and Poynton Brooks and their tributaries.

"Other locations which may be affected are Stretford, Gatley, Cheadle Hulme and Cheadle."

Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk