By Ross Findon
Monday, November 4, 2013
Water cascading down steps at St Thomas Street car park, Ryde. Picture by Lorraine Hayles.
HIGH tides led to flooding around the Isle of Wight this morning (Monday) and last night (Sunday).
The Environment Agency warned yesterday that the high tide could lead to flooding and problems have been reported around the Island today.
The Isle of Wight Council was forced to suspend the Cowes to East Cowes floating bridge service.
Isle of Wight County Press readers have captured the flooding in the photographs below.
Alan Jones of Northwood,entering Lake. Picture by John Lewis.
East Cowes seafront. Picture by Sally Water Taxi.
Cowes Esplanade. Picture by Sally Water Taxi.
Cowes seafront. Picture by Sally Water Taxi.
Yarmouth Harbour. Picture by Larry Ellis.
Flooding at The Green, Cowes. Picture by Ken Beken.
The Parade, Cowes last night. Picture by Ken Beken.
Town Quay, Cowes last night. Picture by Ken Beken.
Flooded Cowes RNLI lifeboat station. Picture by George Chastney.
Flooding on The Parade, Cowes. Picture by George Chastney.
East Cowes esplanade by Val Kitchen.
East Cowes Esplanade. Picture by Robin Crossley.
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