Haweswater Beck at Burnbanks


Current River Level: 0.086m, falling

Within the usual range for this location

Current level recorded at 4:00pm, Saturday 18th September BST
(3:00pm, Saturday 18th September GMT)

Change from previous measurement: -0.001m
(recorded at 10:00am, Saturday 18th September BST)

The usual range of the Haweswater Beck at Burnbanks is between 0.07m and 1.00m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began.

The typical recent level of the Haweswater Beck at Burnbanks over the past 12 months has been between 0.08m and 0.10m. It has been between these levels for at least 296 days in the past year.

The highest level ever recorded at the Haweswater Beck at Burnbanks is 2.51m, reached on Saturday 5th December 2015 at 8:15pm.

Note that this data may not take account of recent measurements, as we wait until a level has been verified by the Environment Agency before adding it to our records.

  • Monitoring Station: Burnbanks
  • Watercourse: Haweswater Beck
  • Nearest Town/Village: Shap Rural
  • Local Authority: Eden
  • Ceremonial County: Cumbria
  • Environment Agency Location ID: 761103
  • Environment Agency Gauge ID: 761103-level-stage-i-15_min-m
  • Operational Area: Eamont
  • Catchment Area: Eden and Esk
  • UK Hydrometric Area: Eden (Cumbria)
  • Environment Agency Region: North West

Nearby Monitoring Locations

There are no other monitoring stations on the Haweswater Beck
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Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Rivers Lowther and Eamont
Rivers Eamont and Lowther to their confluence with the River Eden at Langwathby

No current or recent warnings.

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Past Week

Long Term

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