River Teme

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paddlepete
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River Teme

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I was looking at running the Teme tomorrow and was wondering what level its at ?

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http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/ho ... hmentId=17

I have not looked at the webcam above, but at a guess - bony?

Rain is forecast tonight though.

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Normally by now, we would have had several outings on theTeme, but because of the low water levels this summer (in some places upstream, it river actually dried up), the aquifer appears to be taking some time to recover.
Last time I was over that way I would have said it was a low summer level, and that was the end of November.
Hopefully, it will be rising soon, as it can be a good paddle down to Little Hereford, with several places to play on the way.
Gary Mascall

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