3:00am, Tuesday 26th September BST
(2:00am, Tuesday 26th September GMT)
Within the usual range for this location
Falling, -0.020 from previous measurement at 11:00pm, Monday 25th September BST
No current or recent warnings.
Darker blue shaded areas on long term data indicate maximum and minimum levels for the date (you may need to zoom in closer to see them).
Long term data may have gaps where the API data was not available.Download long term data as csv
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Please note: Geographic coordinates may reflect the access point for the gauge, and not the precise location in the watercourse that it is taking readings from.
The usual range of the Cynon at Aberdare is between 0.06m and 0.82m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began.
The typical recent level of the Cynon at Aberdare over the past 12 months has been between 0.03m and 0.78m. It has been between these levels for at least 150 days in the past year.
The highest level ever recorded at the Cynon at Aberdare is 2.13m, reached on Sunday 16th February 2020 at 3:00am.
Note that this data may not take account of recent measurements, as we wait until a level has been verified by Natural Resources Wales before adding it to our records.