River levels

Grey bars are a visual representation of heights.

The Rising/Falling state is determined by a movement greater than 1/2 inch over the two hours prior to the readings being taken.

To be emailed river levels every day (or other email services) for this river:


 

Please note that the Beauly and its tributaries are heavily affected by Hydro-eletric power stations. This means that whilst some gauges are may show very little water in the early morning when data is sent to us, levels can increase dramatically during the working day when the stations start to generate electricity and need to let extra water down to do so. Click on the relevant gauging station name to see how it is affected.
Sat 8am: SEPA have just warned us that there will be interruptions to the data they send us this weekend and possibly Monday whilst they carry out maintenance and they have apologised for any inconvenience this may cause.

River heights above Recent Summer Lows on
Monday, 24th September 2018 - last upated at 11:28 AM
(Click station name for graphs of recent levels)
Glass at Fasnakyle at 10:15 AM 0 ft -2 in Steady
Glass at Kerrow Wood at 10:45 AM 1 ft 4 in Falling
Farrar at Struy at 10:45 AM 0 ft 2 in Falling
Beauly at Red Bridge at 10:45 AM 1 ft 1 in Steady

 
Grey bars are a visual representation of heights.
The Rising/Falling state is determined by a movement greater than 1/2 inch
over the two hours prior to the readings being taken.

The heights shown are those above Recent Summer Lows and are automatically updated by our database when data is emailed to it by SEPA. These emails should come in at around 7am and 8pm each day. If they contain out of date data, or simply do not come, our database does not update the website, but automatically notifies SEPA of the problem and waits for the next update to come.

Please note these figures are not guaranteed and anyone wishing to make important decisions based on river heights should check direct with SEPA