The A555 Manchester Airport Relief Road has been closed again today as a safety precaution following heavy rainfall due to Storm Christoph.
The Manchester Airport Relief Road has been closed in both directions between Bramhall Oil Terminal and Styal Road.
A spokesperson for Stockport Council said "Heavy rainfall is expected throughout today, and as a result, we are preparing for this and are continuing to monitor the situation very closely.
"The A555 is now closed in both directions as a safety precaution. The tanks that capture run off water are now full and we expect there to soon be flooding on the road, making the route unsafe.
"We will continue to review the situation and we would like to ask residents to please avoid the area and use alternative routes."
The £290m A555 Manchester Airport Relief Road, which opened in October 2018 has been closed on several occasions due to flooding.
Alderley Road in Wilmslow is also currently closed from the Kings Arms due to flooding.
The Carrs Park is also flooded at the Styal Road/Twinnies Bridge entrance.
The Met Office has issued an Amber National Severe Weather Warning for parts of northern, central and eastern England which is valid through to midday on Thursday.
Photo: Alderley Road.
Taken at 11.14 am today (Wednesday, 20th January) at the bottom of path which leads from Wilmslow Rugby Club which leads into the Twinnies car park.
The Carrs, where the River Bollin is flowing very fast, taken from the metal railing bridge.