Boxing Day floods in Lancashire

The river at St Michaels photo by @LancsRoadPolice twitter

The river at St Michaels photo by @LancsRoadPolice twitter - Credit: Archant

Lancashire was issued with a rare ‘red’ weather warning on 26 December 2015 as several inches of rain fell across the county. Here is a round up of coverage on social media of Storm Eva

Whalley hit again with floods-sorry to all those affected

— AG (@AndrewGeldeard) December 26, 2015

#Whalley #ribblevalley #LancashireFloods police and army coordinating evacuations

— Daria Neklesa (@DNeklesa) December 26, 2015

The flooding in Whalley in Lancashire

— Rock FM News (@RockFMNews) December 26, 2015

The River Irwell at Summerseat, Ramsbottom has flooded and brought down part of the empty Waterside Restaurant.

— BBC Radio Manchester (@bbcradiomanc) December 26, 2015

River Irwell #rawtenstall #lancashire

— Matthew Hugo (@MattHugo81) December 26, 2015

Few more. Terrible conditions in E Lancs now.

— Matthew Hugo (@MattHugo81) December 26, 2015

@PCSO7637 bacup rd near rossy exhaust flooded traffic bumper to bumper,kiddiminster shoes water foot

— ?ali bob? (@ali_missharibo) December 26, 2015

A severe flood warning means danger to life. It doesn't mean "come and have a look"! Please don't come to visit Whalley or Ribchester now.

— Lancashire Fire (@LancashireFRS) December 26, 2015

Heading out onto the roads over the Xmas period? Keep up to date with delays and diversions with @HighwaysNWEST and @LancsRoadPolice.

— LancsPolice (@LancsPolice) December 26, 2015

@BBC_HaveYourSay @BBCLancashire #flooding in Padiham town centre.

— Katharine (@katharinewithak) December 26, 2015

#RochdaleTown gushing water levels reaching same height as #metrolink platform #lancashirefloods video: Ansab Adris

— Fizah Tahir (@FizahTahir) December 26, 2015

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