Trostrey Weir Monitoring Station

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Station nameTrostrey Weir

Current statusOnline

River nameUsk

Main river catchmentUsk

Station NGRSO3585004200

Station opened01/01/1970

Station descriptionFinal flow measurement on the Usk. Primary purpose to measure low levels/flows. Bankfull level approx 0.80m. Chainbridge, upstream is to be used in conjunction with Trostrey for higher levels.

 
 

Usk at Trostrey Weir, Last retrieved value: 0.44m on 20/10/17 at 5:00 am (GMT)

Usk at Trostrey Weir, Last retrieved value: 0.44m on 20/10/17 at 5:00 am

Key:

High Level Typical Level Low Level

Highest recent
2.92m on 24/12/13 at 3:15 am (GMT)

Lowest recent
0.18m on 03/09/11 at 12:30 pm (GMT)

Highest recorded
3.90m on 02/02/02 at 3:15 pm (GMT)

Lowest recorded
0.12m on 03/09/95 at 12:30 pm (GMT)

 
 

This system only holds data for the last 13 months, for values prior to that please contact us to submit a data request.

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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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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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