River Levels

Click on the river name for other possible stations and links to graphs of
how levels have moved in the last few hours, few days and the year so far.

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SCOTLANDRiver HeightStatusLast Updated
Annan at Three Waters Meet0 ft6 inRisingTue 2.17am
Ayr at Catrine0 ft6 inRisingTue 2.17am
Beauly at Red Bridge0 ft4 inRisingTue 2.19am
Border Esk at Canonbie0 ft5 inSteadyTue 2.18am
Conon at Moy Bridge0 ft9 inFallingTue 2.19am
Borgie at Borgie Bridge1 ft7 inSteadyTue 2.18am
Bladnoch at Low Malzie1 ft9 inRisingTue 2.17am
Dee at Ballater0 ft6 inSteadyTue 2.15am
Don at Culfork0 ft1 inSteadyTue 2.17am
Findhorn at Forres0 ft9 inRisingTue 2.17am
Lochy at Camisky2 ft3 inSteadyTue 2.20am
Ness at Ness-side1 ft6 inSteadyTue 2.19am
Nith at Friars Carse0 ft9 inRisingTue 2.18am
South Esk at Gella Bridge0 ft4 inSteadyTue 2.16am
Spey at Grantown-on-Spey0 ft7 inSteadyTue 2.16am
Tay at Ballathie2 ft2 inSteadyTue 2.16am
Tweed at Boleside0 ft4 inSteadyTue 2.15am


The heights shown are those above normal summer lows and are automatically updated by FishPal 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 If they contain out of date data, or simply do not come, the database does not update the website, but automatically notifies the agency of the problem and waits for the next update to come.

Please note that these figures are not guaranteed. Anyone wishing to make important decisions based on river heights should check directly with SEPA.