24 Jun '12, 4am

You can see how much river levels have fallen on our website. This what we have seen in Todmorden #floodaware

Summary The river level at Todmorden is 0.43 metres. This measurement was recorded at 10:30 on 24/06/2012. The typical river level range for this location is between 0.10 metres and 1.14 metres. The highest river level recorded at this location is 2.69 metres and the river level reached 2.69 metres on 04/06/2000. Current level: 0.43m Last 48 hours of available data Please be aware that times shown are in GMT. Disclaimer River level data is gathered by the Environment Agency to help it fulfil its statutory duties. We publish it online because we recognise that this information may also be useful for others, but we have always made it clear that we cannot guarantee its availability. There may be occasions when data will not have been collected from a gauging station, therefore results will not appear until the next data collection. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure...

Full article: http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/flood...

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