Mitchel Troy Monitoring Station

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Station nameMitchel Troy

Current statusOnline

River nameTrothy

Main river catchmentWye

Station NGRSO5025011220

Station opened01/01/1975

Station descriptionLevel-only station on the Trothy upstream of the Wye confluence. Catchmetn area 142km2.

 
 

Trothy at Mitchel Troy, Last retrieved value: 0.16m on 26/09/17 at 8:00 pm (GMT)

Trothy at Mitchel Troy, Last retrieved value: 0.16m on 26/09/17 at 8:00 pm

Key:

High Level Typical Level Low Level

Highest recent
3.79m on 01/01/14 at 7:45 pm (GMT)

Lowest recent
0.11m on 13/10/03 at 12:00 am (GMT)

Highest recorded
3.82m on 30/10/00 at 6:15 am (GMT)

Lowest recorded
0.11m on 13/10/03 at 12:00 am (GMT)

 
 

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Please note

We gather river level data to help us in role in of protecting people and properties from flooding.

There may be occasions when data will not have been collected from a gauging station, therefore results will not appear until the next data collection.

Whilst we make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, neither Natural Resources Wales, nor its employees or agents can be held responsible for any inaccuracies or omissions, whether caused by negligence or otherwise.

River levels displayed are only an indication of local conditions. This service should not be used as a replacement for the Flood Warning service.

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