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- River Mersey 'centimetres' from breaching defences
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- Pensioners rescued from flooded retirement village
- From lockdown river haven to major evacuations
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Travel on trains can now resume between Birmingham and Manchester via Stoke-on-Trent and Macclesfield after flood water subsided.The advice is to check your journey before you travel as delays are expected.
More rain and snow is expected in the next week with the prime minister urging people to follow advice to stay safe.
Residents at a retirement village have been stranded by flooding caused by Storm Christoph.Copyright: Sam Naylor
Weaver Court in Northwich has been surrounded by water and is currently without power and water.
Northwich councillor Sam Naylor said the 49 residents and staff at the village were "safe and in good spirits".
Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned of more rain to come during a visit to flood-affected areas.
Snow last night was a "godsend" that kept flood waters from rising higher, according to Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham.Copyright: Reuters
Mr Burnham told BBC Radio Manchester the "snow really helped us at a crucial moment", adding:Quote Message: It was a bit of a godsend, to be honest, because with it just lying on the ground, it didn't add to the levels.Quote Message: Finally, we can say something went right.
However, he said that "while the most risky moment might have passed the danger’s not gone completely, because the water levels in the Mersey will stay very high and there’s the effect of the snow as it melts".
"We’re not out of the woods yet," he said.
The Environment Agency says people should sign up for flood updates or use its website to make sure they can keep safe.
Firefighters in Cheshire have responded to 134 flood-related incidents in the past 24 hours.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is warning drivers to avoid driving through flood water.