November 26, 2012 9.38 am This story is over 138 months old

Lincoln water levels increase after overcast weekend

Flood watch: Water levels in Lincoln area increase after the Environment Agency issued flood warnings over the weekend.

— Last updated at 6pm

The Environment Agency is monitoring water levels in Lincoln after persistent rain across Lincolnshire.

Throughout the day, 68 flood-related incidents were attended by the Highways teams and the Environment Agency attended 26 incidents since Friday, including in Lincoln, Saxilby, Waddington, Wragby and Gainsborough.

A flood alert for Lincoln is still in place after heavy rain overnight has caused the Lincoln watercourses to rise.

This includes River Witham, Sincil Dyke, Great Gowts Drain, Fossdyke Canal, Boultham Drain and Brayford Pool.

The Environment Agency expects to see very high river levels in the Lincoln area. If you spot a potential flood risk, call the 24hr incident number on 0800807060.

The EA said: “While the River Witham in Lincoln looks high, we are carefully managing the levels to move water through the river system.”

Here is the picture around Lincoln:

Sincil Bank – 5.40pm via @jbelshaw

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue continue pumping water out of the Lincoln Dance Centre at Sincil Bank after it flooded today.

River Witham – 2pm via Luke Boardman

Sincil Drain via Luke Boardman

Mole rescued from flooding at Fiskerton via Luke Boardman

Cycle path at the Witham in Fiskerton

Brayford Pool – 12pm

Brayford Pool – 11.45am

A difficult delivery at Wagamama, which closed for the day due to lack of access to the premises

Flooded Brayford passage

Sincil Bank – 11.30am via Karen O’Meara

Sincil Bank – 10.40am via Donna Spurr

Brayford Pool – 10am via John Fernandez

Brayford Pool – 9am

Stamp End – 8.45am via @DarrenRuck

Hermit Street – Monday morning via Emma Greenfield

River Witham – 8am via @joelmurray

Sincil Bank – 7am via Donna Spurr

Sincil Dyke – 11.30pm Sunday via @jbelshaw

Brayford Pool – Sunday night via Ashley Woodhouse

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