River Levels
River Levels

What's New

January Update!

Following user feedback, we've reinstated a simple visual display of the current level on the location pages. It isn't the same dial gauge as before, because all the issues described earlier still apply - it was slow to load, and it it doesn't work for some locations. And it also doesn't work for some of the newer data that we've added to the site.

What we have now is a vertical level gauge showing the water level against a colour-coded scale. The colours match those on the level icon. So you can see at a glance where the current level is in relation to normal levels.

We've also added a radial gauge for the flow data, where we have it. The further round the dial, the greater the flow. This, too, is colour-coded for below normal, normal and above normal values, although this time it's in diffferent shades of blue rather than different colours.

January 2023

The site has been undergoing a lot of work over December and January, aiming to fix some of the issues that have been reported as well as add new functionality to the site. This is a list of the key changes.

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