A flood warning has been issued for Chester on the back of yet more poor weather.
Advice from the Environment Agency says 'flooding is expected' on the English Dee from Shocklach to the city on Wednesday (December 2).
Cheshire Police Chief Constable Simon Byrne also tweeted this picture earlier today saying: "Foot patrol by the River Dee @PoliceChester water is really high!"
A flood alert, which means flooding is probable, is in place for areas including Sealand Road and Saltney .
Rain is expected overnight and into Thursday morning, the Environment Agency said they are monitoring the situation.
On Saturday, Dale Miles posted this picture to our Facebook page after the high tide at 11.30am:
Poor weather has led to a series of flood alerts and warning being issued across Cheshire West in recent weeks.
For more information visit our dedicated Chester and Cheshire West flood map .
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