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Weather update

5 December 2013

Thankfully high tides are at lower levels then yesterday yet a number of areas are to have their peak. Goole and Keadby are still to have high tide today and residents are urged to remain vigilant.

Emergency services and partner agencies are working hard to get the A63 open as soon as possible, the A1077 Barton to South Ferriby remains closed. Drivers are asked to take extra care as other routes are very busy. There are delays to bus routes and residents are asked to check routes before travel and to follow @EYbuses on Twitter for updates about their services.

Emergency services are continuing to work hard across the Humberside area to ensure people’s safety. Residents are asked to take steps to keep informed of weather updates by keeping tuned into local radio stations.

We will continue to update residents via our website and social media: follow us on Twitter @humbersidefire, like us on Facebook ( or visit

More information can be found via the Environment Agency website or @EnvAgency

For advice in your local area contact the following numbers:

Local Authority Contacts:

North East Lincolnshire Council – Tel 01472 313131

North Lincolnshire Council – 01724 297 000

East Riding Council – 01482 393939

Hull City Council – 01482 300 300

Useful links:

Are you ready for flooding?

The Environment Agency updates its flood guidance every 15 minutes on its website at and people can follow the Environment Agency on Twitter at @EnvAgency using the hashtag #floodaware

Met Office weather forecasts and warnings can be found at and people can follow the Met Office on Twitter at @metoffice and Facebook at

Live traffic information updates are available on the Highways Agency website at, the BBC Travel news website which provides live traffic information at or tune into local radio for the latest traffic and travel information.

You can also get updates from our Twitter account Humbersidefire @humbersideifre or on our Facebook page