Pictures reveal extent of flooding across Hemel Hempstead in wake of Storm Alex

Images show how Storm Alex caused flash flooding across Hemel Hempstead

Monday, 5th October 2020, 4:18 pm
Updated Monday, 5th October 2020, 4:24 pm
Storm Alex causes flash flooding in Hemel Hempstead

Hemel Hempstead was hit by flash floods at the weekend as Storm Alex battered the county. Many people woke up to floods on Saturday morning, and some of our readers sent in pictures of flooding in Old Town, Kingcup Avenue, Green Lane and Gadebridge Park. Dacorum Police attended a number of incidents yesterday morning (Sunday) along with Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue as a result of the heavy rain and standing water. Scroll through the gallery. Read: Storm Alex causes flash flooding in Hemel Hempstead

Flooding in Kingcup Avenue in front of children's play area (C) Ray Jordan
Old Town reflected in the flood (C) Quentin Halfyard

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Flooding in Gadebridge Park
Flooding in Kingcup Avenue (C) Ray Jordan
Seagulls in Gadebridge Park (C) Jonathan Culverhouse
Flooding in Green Lane (C) Ray Jordan
Gadebridge Park looked a bit different at the weekend
Flooding in Kingcup Avenue (C) Ray Jordan
Gadebridge Park was hit by hard the rain