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UPDATED 10.45pm, Sunday 20 February
Heavy rain, increased surface water and winds are expected to continue to cause disruption throughout Derbyshire, and Derby, during the night and in to tomorrow.
There are a number of flood warnings in place for the area and we would encourage residents to check if they are likely to be affected through the gov.uk website here: https://check-for-flooding.service.gov.uk/alerts-and-warnings.
Teams from both Derbyshire County Council and Derby City Council, supported by partnership agencies and the emergency services, will be continuing to monitor and respond to issues overnight.
We are aware of the following road closures affecting the county and city:
Remember that additional local roads may be closed due to localised surface water flooding or emerging incidents.
If you must travel, avoid river crossings and please obey any road closed signs- do not move them as you could put yourself and other people at risk.
Do not enter any floodwater, either on foot or in a vehicle. Turn back and find an alternative route Even where water levels begin to lower the depth can still be unknown and cause significant danger.
We are reminding residents who to call in the event of storm-related incidents:
We would encourage people to consider contacting us through our digital methods where possible if the matter is not urgent.
Remember, you should always call 999 in an emergency, immediate threat to life or property.
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