Current level recorded at 3:45am, Wednesday 30th November GMT
Change from previous measurement: 0.156m
(recorded at 3:30am, Wednesday 30th November GMT)
Important! The levels for this location are measured relative to sea level, not relative to the riverbed. The levels shown here do not, therefore, necessarily represent the actual depth of the water.
This is a tidal level, measured from mean sea level rather than from the river bed. It can, therefore, be negative, and does not give any indication of water depth. Tidal levels are not necessarily updated frequently, and may not reflect tidal movements throughout the day.
The usual range of the River Tweed at Berwick is between -1.02m and 2.82m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began.
The typical recent level of the River Tweed at Berwick over the past 12 months has been between -1.12m and 3.25m. It has been between these levels for at least 150 days in the past year.
The highest level ever recorded at the River Tweed at Berwick is 3.67m, reached on Thursday 5th December 2013 at 4:15pm.
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.
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