Brompton Beck at Snainton Ings


Current River Level: 0.036m, steady

Below normal for this location

Current level recorded at 6:30am, Friday 20th September BST
(5:30am, Friday 20th September GMT)

Change from previous measurement: 0.000m
(recorded at 7:00pm, Thursday 19th September BST)

The normal level of the Brompton Beck at Snainton Ings in average weather conditions is between 0.04m and 0.13m. It has been between these levels for at least 153 days in the past year.

The usual range of the Brompton Beck at Snainton Ings in more extreme weather conditions is between 0.04m and 0.14m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began.

The highest level ever recorded at the Brompton Beck at Snainton Ings is 0.24m, reached on Friday 30th November 2012 at 8:30pm.

  • Monitoring Station: Snainton Ings
  • Environment Agency Location ID: F2760
  • Environment Agency Gauge ID: F2760-level-stage-i-15_min-m
  • Watercourse: Brompton Beck
  • Operational Area: Upper Derwent Yorkshire
  • Catchment Area: Derwent Humber
  • UK Hydrometric Area: Ouse (Yorkshire)
  • Environment Agency Region: North East
  • Nearest Town/Village: Brompton
  • Local Authority: Scarborough
  • Ceremonial County: North Yorkshire

Nearby Monitoring Locations

Other monitoring locations on the Brompton Beck
Brompton Beck Map
Monitoring locations on nearby rivers
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Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Upper River Derwent
The Upper Derwent and Scarborough areas, including land around The Sea Cut at Scalby, Throxenby Beck, Old Malton, and Priorpot Beck in Norton

No current or recent warnings.

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