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This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green.This message will be updated by 4 pm on Saturday the 16th of December or if the situation changes.At 08:45 today;The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.40 metres and falling.

A peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning.The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.57 metres and falling.The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.01 metres and steady.Crew Green Gauge was 5.56 metres and falling slowly.

A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred at 01:30 on Friday morning.The following roads could be affected by flooding;Cae Howel to Edgerley road

28.69 miles from Aber Cywarch.


This message will be updated at midday or if the situation changes.

At 7:30 AM, the level at Caersws was 1.63 metres and falling.


A peak level of 2.6 metres occurred at 4:30PM Wednesday.

The level at Abermule was 1.57 metres and falling.


A peak level of 3.06 metres occurred at 10:00 PM Wednesday.

The level at Munlyn was 1.91 metres and falling.

A peak level of 3.18 metres occurred at midnight on Wednesday.

The level at Buttington was 4.01 metres and falling slowly.

A peak level of 4.83 metres occurred at 8:45AM Thursday.

The level at Llandrinio was 5.94 metres and falling slowly.

A peak level of 6.33 metres occurred at 1:00 AM yesterday.

The following roads could be affected by flooding; B4 3 9 3 near Llandrinio Bridge.

17.99 miles from Aber Cywarch.