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This message contains gauge information for Hay-on-Wye, Bredwardine, Belmont, Old Wye Bridge, Mordiford, and Ross-on-Wye.This message will be updated by 5:00 pm, or if the situation changes.At 8 am today;Hay-on-Wye Gauge was 1.8 metres and rising.

A peak level of between 2 and 2.3 metres is expected to occur this morning.Bredwardine Gauge was 2.5 metres and rising.

A peak level of between 3.4 and 3.6 metres is expected to occur this afternoon.

Belmont Gauge was 1.9 metres and rising.

A peak level of between 3.5 and 3.7 metres is expected to occur this afternoon.

Old-Wye-Bridge Gauge was 1.5 metres and rising.

A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.3 is expected to occur this afternoon.

Mordiford Gauge was 1.9 metres and rising.

A peak level of between 3.3 and 3.5 is expected to occur this afternoon.

Ross on Wye Gauge was 1.3 metres and steady.

27.74 miles from Builth Wells (Llanfair-Ym-Muallt).

51.99--2.81

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

At 7:00 AM: the level at Caersws was 1.9 metres and falling, a peak level of 2.2 metres occurred at 2:30 AM today.

The level at Abermule was 2.3 metres and steady.

A peak level of 2.3 metres occurred at 6:00 AM today.

The level at Munlyn was 2.6 metres and rising.

The level at Buttington was 3.1 metres and rising, a peak level of between 4.1 and 4.3 metres is expected to occur this afternoon.

The level at Llandrinio was 3.6 metres and rising, a peak level of between 5.2 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur this afternoon.

29.79 miles from Builth Wells (Llanfair-Ym-Muallt).

52.57--3.34

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

At 7:00 AM, the level at Llandewi was 0.9 metres and falling, a peak level of 1.1 metres occurred at 3:00 AM today.

The level at Disserth was 2.0 metres and steady.

The level at Builth Wells was 2.7 metres and falling, a peak level of 2.8 metres occurred at 5:00 AM today.

The level at Erwood was 2.6 metres and steady.

The level at Glasbury was 2.2 metres and steady.

The level at Hay on Wye was 1.7 metres and rising.

3.18 miles from Builth Wells (Llanfair-Ym-Muallt).

52.18--3.44