The streets of Barnet were left under water following heavy rains.
Many parts of London have been affected by torrential rains and flash floods in the past two hours.
He left main roads and shopping streets impassable and railroad tracks blocked.
Police have warned people to be careful, especially if they are driving.
– Dr Jennifer Dhingra (@jenniferdhingra) July 12, 2021
In Golders Green, the main street of Golders Green Road looked like a river rather than a road after heavy rain around 5 p.m.
Be extra careful when walking or driving on Golders Green Road J / W Finchley Road NW11 which is currently under several inches of water due to heavy rain and possibly submerged drains. @MPSGoldersGreen @MPSChildsHill pic.twitter.com/J4OGJmldCJ
– Garden Suburb Police (@MPSGardenSuburb) July 12, 2021
– DREAMVIEW ESTATES (@MurrayAlanLee) July 12, 2021
Flooding was also reported at Brent Cross and the Colney Hatch junction on the A406, where police were forced to close the road as some vehicles were submerged in water.
– Iain Dolan (@iain_dolan) July 12, 2021
The Finchley Road leading to Hampstead and Swiss Cottage was also badly affected.
– lvaro García (@alvarogafu) July 12, 2021
Thameslink says it faces flooding on the track between Kentish Town and West Hampstead, which has a ripple effect on Barnet stations, including Hendon and Mill Hill.
Flooding at Belsize Tunnel (between Kentish Town and West Hampstead Thameslink) affects trans-London services.
Our control teams are updating the trip planners, so please check before you travel.
Updates to the services below. https://t.co/iYMraBkjSy pic.twitter.com/rp51yowoZY
– Thameslink (@TLRailUK) July 12, 2021
There are signaling issues on the Great Northern Line via New Barnet.
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This notice was published: 2021-07-12 18:50:00