A flood alert was issued for the River Wey. 

River levels are rising rapidly due to rainfall with the area most at risk the River Wey from Upwey to Weymouth.

This includes Church Street, Little Mead, Nottington Lane, Nottington Farm and Almas Palace where flooding of property is to be expected.

River levels were also rising rapidly at the Broadwey, Upwey gauge.

However, there is no longer a threat of flooding to the River Wey and Upwey, though standing water and debris may still remain, according to the Environment Agency.

A spokesperson for the Environment Agency said: "No further property flooding is expected. The forecast is dry for this afternoon.

"River levels have been falling steadily at the Broadwey, Upwey gauge.
We will continue to monitor the forecast and re-issue this warning if necessary."

They added to take care on waterside roads and footpaths. 

"There may still be some areas where flood water is present until it can naturally drain away," they said. 

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The situation will continue to be monitored and government advice says to avoid using low lying footpaths and any bridges near local watercourses, and do not attempt to walk or drive through flood water.

Flooding caused major disruption across the county on Monday, December 4 as areas of Bridport, Chideock and Burton Bradstock were severely hit. 

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The River Brit burst its banks causing Bridport Football Club to be completely submerged in several feet of water.

North Allington and St Swithins Road were also badly affected by flooding.

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The Jurassic Coast Road closed after severe flooding caused parts of the road to be impossible to pass. 

Flooding is also affecting traffic along the A37 at the Weirs Roundabout between Dorchester and Charminster.

Further west, there are some road closures in place at North Allington in Bridport and Burton Bradstock.