Penberth Stream at Penberth


Current River Level: 0.349m, falling

Within the usual range for this location

Current level recorded at 6:00am, Friday 13th December GMT

Change from previous measurement: -0.003m
(recorded at 6:00am, Thursday 12th December GMT)

The normal level of the Penberth Stream at Penberth in average weather conditions is between 0.19m and 0.38m. It has been between these levels for at least 151 days in the past year.

The usual range of the Penberth Stream at Penberth in more extreme weather conditions is between 0.19m and 0.68m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began.

The most recent high is 0.71m, reached on Monday 9th February 2009 at 10:45pm.

The highest level ever recorded at the Penberth Stream at Penberth is 0.97m, reached on Wednesday 1st January 2003 at 9:45am.

  • Monitoring Station: Penberth
  • Environment Agency Location ID: 48173
  • Environment Agency Gauge ID: 48173-level-stage-i-15_min-m
  • Watercourse: Penberth Stream
  • Operational Area: Penwith Peninsula
  • Catchment Area: West Cornwall and the Fal
  • UK Hydrometric Area: Camel Group
  • Environment Agency Region: South West
  • Nearest Town/Village: St. Levan
  • Local Authority: Cornwall
  • Ceremonial County: Cornwall

Nearby Monitoring Locations

There are no other monitoring stations on the Penberth Stream
Monitoring locations on nearby rivers
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Nearby Flood Warning Locations

West Cornwall Rivers
Lands End, Penzance, Helston, Crowlas, St Ives, Hayle, Camborne, Portreath and Perranporth

No current or recent warnings.

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