Unfortunately we are unable to publish all our water level stations online at the moment and downloading data is also not currently possible, due to impacts from the cyber-attack on SEPA. Getting it restored for you is important to us, and we are working hard to make it possible River Levels. The heights shown are those above normal summer lows. The Rising/Falling state is determined by a movement greater than 1/2 inch over the two hours prior to the last reading. Data is collected from SEPA every hour and is not guaranteed. Anyone wishing to make important decisions based on river heights should check directly with SEPA Current River Level: 0.739m, rising. The usual range of the Findhorn at Forres is between 0.17m and 2.52m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began. The typical recent level of the Findhorn at Forres over the past 12 months has been between 0.00m and 2.73m. It has been between these levels for at least 150.
Current River Level: 0.156m, steady. The usual range of the Findhorn at Shenachie is between 0.12m and 2.07m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began. The typical recent level of the Findhorn at Shenachie over the past 12 months has been between -0.54m and 1.94m. It has been between these levels for at least. Water levels. We monitor and record water levels on lochs, rivers and coastlines around Scotland, producing valuable information used by businesses, households and leisure users. We monitor water levels at 392 sites throughout Scotland. Most of the stations are situated on rivers, but we also collect data from several tide and loch level recorders
SEPA water level stations on the River Findhorn: Findhorn River Levels - Logie Bridge Water Levels - Shenachie Water Levels. The Shenachie gauge figure can be used as a rough guide to work out high, medium and low levels. Under 5 is low getting to very low if down to 3 7 to 10 is a good medium height. Anything above 1'2 is getting on. 3.2 River flooding Findhorn, Nairn and Speyside Local Plan District This chapter provides supplementary information on river flooding at the catchment level. It provides an overview of the catchment's natural characteristics, flood risk and the existing actions to manage flooding. It outlines the likely impact of climate chang
SEPA is working 24/7 to monitor rainfall and river levels and is in close contact with the Met Office and other partners to review the forecasts, which are combined with local expertise from all regions of Scotland to understand and present the flooding risk The main rivers are the River Spey, the River Findhorn and the River Nairn. The coastline is approximately 70km long and includes rocky shorelines and extensive beaches. There is river, surface water and coastal flood risk in the Local Plan District, with the main risk coming from river and surface water flooding An updated FLOOD ALERT has been issued for Findhorn Nairn Moray and Speyside. While river levels are generally falling, they remain high and the ground remains wet. Forecast rainfall on Monday and Tuesday will keep river levels high, and flooding is still possible as a result. The showers could also cause some localised surface water flooding
Please see the SEPA website for more information. The usual range of the Mosset Burn at Wardend Bridge is between 0.13m and 0.54m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began. The typical recent level of the Mosset Burn at Wardend Bridge over the past 12 months has been between 0.12m and 0.21m Water levels on popular kayaking rivers around Scotland. Data Last Polled Wed 28 Jul 2021 00:14. Most Recent SEPA Reading Thurso at 27/07/2021 23:30:00 reading 0.0 Anything above 1.0 on the SEPA gauge should provide a good trip. As the level rises the river provides more interest - becoming fast, bouncy and continuous grade 3 with the rapid in the gorge reaching Grade 4. See other notes below for details of flood levels. GRADING: 2/3(4) MAJOR HAZARDS/ FALLS: Tree hazards are a possibilit A FLOOD WARNING update has been issued for Findhorn to Lossiemouth. A combination of high tides and prevailing weather conditions means that there is a risk flooding from the sea along the coast from Findhorn to Lossiemouth. Seatown and areas around the caravan park in Lossiemouth may be at risk from high water levels The typical recent level of the Lossie at Ballachraggan over the past 12 months has been between 0.39m and 1.04m. It has been between these levels for at least 150 days in the past year. The highest level ever recorded at the Lossie at Ballachraggan is 1.97m, reached on Wednesday 7th June 2017 at 4:45am
I met a couple of paddlers who were looking at river levels here, before heading off to the River Findhorn for a play on one of the sections there. Looks like a fun day day to be out paddling. The SEPA river power boat on the River Spey SEPA Flooding outlook for Thursday 21 January 2021. Mark Franklin, Flood Duty Manager at the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), said: Flood Alerts have been issued for Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City, Caithness and Sutherland, Findhorn Nairn Moray & Speyside and Orkney due to heavy rain expected across coastal areas between 8am. The warning covers surface water, river levels and coastal communities. Separate alerts have been issued for Easter Ross and the Great Glen, the Findhorn, Nairn, Moray and Strathspey catchment, and for Caithness and Sutherland River Findhorn 2019. An analysis of the water level required operate the screw trap was conducted and indicated that flow levels equal to or above 0.4m (SEPA Firhall gauge, Nairn) provides the necessary water velocity to turn the drum. During April and May in 2016 flows were above 0.40m for 87% of the period, while in 2017 this dropped to.
Description Findhorn bathing water is located within the Moray Firth next to the village of Findhorn. The designated bathing water is a 1.5 km stretch that sits at the western end of the sweeping Burghead Bay. The beach is backed by dunes, a caravan site and the Findhorn Bay Nature Reserve. During high and low tides the approximate distance to th
•Rely on SEPA hydrological monitoring network on rivers •SEPA software tools •Operator monitoring •Extensive Scottish Water monitoring •Use real data to create indices: •Reduction in river flow •Decrease in soil moisture content •Change on loch level The Findhorn at Glenferness is very beautiful. The river is often narrow and rocky including many small runs and deep pools but there is endless variety including many big pools which fish well in a big river. Glenferness Estate has 5 beats running from just below Dulsie Bridge to Logie Bridge on the A939 Nairn to Grantown road SEPA issue flood warnings and alerts across the east of Scotland Fife, Findhorn Nairn Moray and Speyside and Tayside. Water levels are expected to peak at 21:00 on Friday
Inveroykel Bailey Bridge may be inaccessible. For information, the river at Easter Turnaig gauging station exceeded 1.6m at 09:30 GMT. River levels are expected to rise in response to rainfall this morning and into the afternoon. Remain vigilant and remember, it is your responsibility to take actions which help protect yourself and your property The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is calling on locals in Elgin and Forres to get flood-prepared by attending a special drop-in session on the new and improved flood warnings for the River Findhorn and River Lossie. Read the full media releas SEPA has also continued to engage with insurance industry groups as part of its focus on providing improved access and use of flood map data to support homeowners. 1.2 Flood Forecasting and Warning There are around 300 flood warning areas across Scotland, where vulnerable communities benefit from SEPA 's local early warning service 02/05/10 LPD5 - Findhorn, Nairn and Speyside The Highland Council Coastal River Surface water Source of flood risk Lower Higher Risk to Buildings What is at flood risk The map shows the area discussed within this summary sheet. Coloured squares on the map indicate flood risk to buildings. The pie chart to the right shows what SEPA hav 130 levels and river levels. Lidar data were used to give an accurate representation of the 131 floodplain elevation. There was less than 0.5 m difference between the measured river 132 stage and the river level calculated from the from the Lidar data on the same day. 133 Pumping test
Pascal Lardet, Flood Unit Manager from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), said: While the heaviest rainfall has now passed for most of the country, river levels are continuing to rise across areas of Dumfries and Galloway, Tayside and Dundee and Angus, with the potential for localised flooding throughout today, before subsiding 6.5 SEPA: Awareness Raising and Community Engagement 6.5.1 Floodline. Since 2011, SEPA has delivered live flooding information direct to the public through their Floodline service. Registered customers have increased to nearly 30,000, with around 400 messages issued every year River Findhorn. River Nairn. River Lossie. and their Contractors MSVE identified the pipes were too small with the downstream end being above the water level leading to a blockage of fish access. (SEPA) and to Ali Skinner (Nairn Bailiff) and for keeping a watchful eye on river developments. SEPA River Crossing Guidelines can be download. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA; Scottish Gaelic: Buidheann Dìon Àrainneachd na h-Alba) is Scotland's environmental regulator and national flood forecasting, flood warning and strategic flood risk management authority. Its main role is to protect and improve Scotland's environment. SEPA does this by helping business and industry to understand their environmental. levels but nothing that would cause immediate alarm. Overnight Sunday the situation changed and Flood Warnings were issued by SEPA for most watercourses early Monday morning. It became apparent that this was becoming a major event. 3.4 SEPA's predicted water levels in the Rivers Lossie and Findhorn became a cause for concern
SEPA is working 24/7 to monitor rainfall and river levels and is in close contact with the Met Office and other partners to review the forecasts, which are combined with local expertise from. SEPA was made aware by members of the public and the Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board of the low water levels in the River Ericht in Blairgowrie. SEPA staff attended the site and were able to confirm that routine maintenance works were being carried out, we spoke with the operator to ensure the river was not impacted and are satisfied that. Farson Digital Watercams is the first high-definition webcam network of UK rivers, with images updated every 10 seconds. Whether you care about local fishing, or just beautiful scenery, this website will bring you the latest views Guides Top - Banchor to Dulsie bridge (3/4) Upper - Dulsie to logie bridge (3/4) Middle - logie to Randolphs leap (2/3) Lower gorge (4/5) Downloadable maps findhorn top findhorn upper findhorn middle findhorn lower gorge River levels Wheresthewater.com SEPA river levels Top section = 0.4 for minimum Upper = 0.3 for minimum Middle When the water level is in the range +10 - +20, those 4 lies account for the majority of the fish that our party have caught in this pool over the past decade. This Garden Pool, which was the basis of the 'Reading Railways Maps' post, again at one level of magnification below maximum
River Levels are up on the River Spey below Broomhill Bridge I've been out and about this morning and thanks to all that lovely heavy rain last night and this morning, the river has gone up. The river levels in the past week or so have been steadily going up as there has been a more autumnal feel to the weather This rapid, while easy enough in normal levels becomes considerably more difficult (grade 4) in very high water levels. Kirsten Rendle on Witches Step in low-medium flows. Photo by Luke Partridge. Andrew Hunter on Witches Step in high levels (0.9-1m on the SEPA gauge). Photo by Kirsten Rendle. More Photos of the upper gorge Eleven flood warnings have been issued across Scotland, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency has said. It comes amid rising river levels following persistent rains and some snowmelt. The warnings apply to parts of Caithness and Sutherland, Easter Ross and Great Glen, Findhorn Nairn Moray and Speyside, and the Scottish Borders Pascal Lardet, Sepa's duty hydrology manager, said the impact of recent rainfall on river systems across the country had been truly extraordinary, resulting in record water levels AP Financial Services And Consulting Group Bookkeeping, Tax Prep, Financial Services And Consultin
SEPA have asked people in the area to consider moving any parked vehicles along the Cuddyside area to higher ground. There is a risk of flooding to low lying land and properties near to the River. Experience WaterOrgan, a colourful, kinetic artwork floating on the River Findhorn. A pipe Organ on the deck of a catamaran and pumped by a paddlewheel driven by the river's flow, gathers data from the river through a series of electronic sensors snd processes it into sound sequences played in real time by the organ SEPA uses forecast weather information provided by the Met Office combined with its own observation of rainfall and river levels and advanced hydrological modelling to provide advance warning of flooding. Regional Flood Alerts are early advice that flooding is possible across a wider geographical area. The purpose of the Alerts is to make. The Lead Local Authority for Findhorn, Nairn and Speyside Local Plan District is Moray Council working in partnership with Highland Council, SEPA and Scottish Water. Aberdeenshire Council leads the North East Local Plan District. Five priority areas have been identified for SWMPs by SEPA, The Moray Council (river and sea levels) in. 11.1.7 The Findhorn Terraces Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) is located on the bank of the River Findhorni, approximately 8km downstream of the Proposed Scheme. It has a total documented area of 56.8ha and is designated for fluvial geomorphology and quaternary geological features
. This indicates: (1) general groundwater ﬂ ow parallel to the river; (2 The River Findhorn's 2013 season opened on the Levels of authorisation are based on the risk an activity poses to the water environment. Some levels of authorisation have Extract from SEPA leaflet Floods, dredging and river changes. Black Burn, lower weir at Monaughty before removal Sept 201 Findhorn, Lossie and Nairn Fisheries Trust (FNLFT 2015); Corn Bunting data from Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB); and Deer Vehicle Collision (DVC) data from BEAR Scotland. 11.2.8 NBN searches were taken up to 10km from the proposed Scheme to take into account the highly mobile nature of some species and the level at which some.
Aluminium Levels were monitored and that's how Seeking got the data. They will not have come from an aluminium plant- there isn't one in the catchment and water can't flow back uphill from Ft William. and in areas more harmful to fish and the river than on the Findhorn. The SEPA WFD data does confirm that the mainstem Spey faces. Guides UK rivers guide to gorge section Maps Spean gorge map River Levels Sepa info for Spean 0.7 on sepa gorge is minimum. There is a gauge at Spean bridge - this info is taken from Chris Dicksons website Below 0″ judge flow by looking at rock shelf across river upstream of bridge. More than 3 places with water coming through means plenty olf water for a gorge run
A Sepa spokesman said: The western extent of the Ness catchment has seen drier than usual conditions in recent months, though the river levels Sepa monitor in the catchment have not been notably low Wildlife in and around the river, the catchment area, history, water levels and explore the river with Google Streetview.. Ythan District Salmon Fishery Board & River Ythan Trust Find out about the organisations who manage the River, our role, how we are organised, our members, who we work with and how to get involved Warnings of high river levels and large coastal waves remain in place as persistent rain and strong winds continue to batter parts of Scotland
The maximum recorded for the Spey is a whopping 738 mg/l vs. 95 mg/l for Findhorn. High levels of suspended solids cause problems for fish, but are known to have a much bigger impact on invertebrates (fish food) (Alabaster & Lloyd, 1980). With regard to metals, the Spey has substantially larger problems than the Findhorn Richard Brown, Sepa's Duty Hydrology Manager, said: River and loch levels in the North West of Scotland have risen to some of the highest levels we have on record and the River Ness will continue.
Sepa has issued flood alerts for the Findhorn and Nairn areas due to surface water, with river and loch levels expected to rise due to intermittent rainfall Fishing after a rise in water levels, the visitor can easily account for 2 -3 fish in a day. Often referred to as The Little Gem the Nairn can provide fantastic sport for local anglers and visitors alike. It is still a Grade 1 river due to its prolific catches and its annual smolt trapping catches are some of the best in Scotland Application to build 30 beach huts on dune land at North Beach Findhorn. The huts would sit 450mm above existing ground level on timber piles driven flood extent, based on SEPA's Flood Map and may be at risk of flooding. The risk to property and to life is considered to be of low risk given the low value of the beach huts and the huts.
Richard Brown, head of hydrology for Sepa, said water levels around the river were pretty exceptional. He said: We have had a gauging station up at Alford for the last 42 years and it has. sub-populations within the Findhorn. Barriers In 2010, the Trust co-ordinated the reconfiguration of a portion of the River Lossie riverbed which had presented an obstacle to migrating fish. The Moray Council Flood Alleviation Team, with support from SEPA, the Moray Firth Sea Trout Project and Morrison's as the contractor, widened the channel Border Esk Fishing. 1,702 likes · 79 talking about this · 32 were here. Burnfoot-on-Esk fishing is a family run 3 mile single bank stretch of river near Longtown. Access is available by car. Season.. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) Address Water Environment Team River Findhorn River Nairn levels (review detail) Rivers River continuity access for fish migration All Standards for high status in Schedule 3 to th Findhorn, Nairn and Speyside Local Flood Risk Management Plan 2016-2022: Interim Report 7 The level of funding from Scottish Government for flood risk activities for the first years of the six year Plan has been at the levels anticipated. As per the principals of financia