Ended up doing two runs of the Kent with Tom W which was on a nice medium level, but had dropped lots by the time we got off at three. Tom said the Leven was empty. We also had a look at the Mint, but that had very little water in it.
On my drive back to this side of the Pennines, I went past the Rawthey which was going at a low level, I'm guessing it would have been better first thing, maybe tomorrow morning with a bit more rain it'll be back up. Also the Lune was well up.
The real surprise was when I drove past the Upper Swale (I took the scenic root after being nearly blown off the A66 on the way over), Wain Wath force was a curtain of water all the way across, with the Swale apparently going off! I didn't think the rain had made it across that far, but apparently so. This was at 5pm, so maybe another 10mm overnight will keep it going for tomorrow.
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