Border Esk

Rivers south of Glasgow
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tkelsey1
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Border Esk

Post by tkelsey1 » Fri Oct 22, 2010 6:27 pm

Hi, Does anyone live near the Border Esk - The Langholme to Canonbie section?

If so does anybody have any info as to the levels at the moment, or can anyone point me towards a current gauge reading? Wheres the water doesn't appear to read that far south, and the EA levels don't seem to go that far North.

Cheers


Tom

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Kim Bull
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Re: Border Esk

Post by Kim Bull » Fri Oct 22, 2010 6:37 pm

Hi Tom,
It's reading empty at the moment. On 'Where there's Water' you can drag the square in the map on the bottom right of the box south to cover the Esk.
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Re: Border Esk

Post by Notters » Fri Oct 22, 2010 11:06 pm

Hi tom, i guess with tonights rain it may come up a little, might not be enough but you never know.

I also use the sepa site, try typic sepa river levels and it should come up.
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