River Severn level at Bridgnorth

Latest at 12:45am on 14 June

Height
0.60m
Trend
Steady
State
Normal

Normal range 0.52m to 3.60m

Height in metres over the last 5 days

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How levels here could affect nearby areas

5.90m
Historical event: Flooding to Kings Loade, Bridgnorth
5.40m
Historical event: Flooding to Wellmeadow commences
5.30m
Historical event: Flooding to Underhill Street commences
5.26m
Water reaches the highest level recorded at this measuring station (recorded on 2 November 2000)
5.10m
Historical event: Flooding on B4555
4.90m
Historical event: Flooding at Hampton Load
4.80m
Historical event: Flooding to properties is possible
4.70m
Historical event: Flooding on A442 upstream of Bridgnorth
4.60m
Historical event: Flooding to further properties on Severn Terrace
4.50m
Historical event: Flooding to properties at Highley
Historical event: Flooding to property at Riverside, Bridgnorth
4.45m
Historical event: Flooding to properteis on Severn Terrace
4.20m
Historical event: Flooding to roads on Severn Terrace
4.10m
Historical event: Flooding to properties at Highley
4.00m
Property flooding is possible above this level. One or more flood warnings may be issued
Historical event: Flooding to roads on Severn Terrace
3.70m
Historical event: Flooding on Doctors Lane Road and Severnside South Road at Bridgnorth
3.60m
Low lying land flooding is possible above this level. One or more flood alerts may be issued
This is the top of the normal range
3.40m
Historical event: Flooding of footpath by Tackle Shop & Severn Park
Historical event: Flooding of footpath from Bylet to Wellmeadow
0.60m
Latest level

Flooding might not happen again at the same historical levels. This may be because flood management schemes are now in place.

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