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:


 
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River heights above Recent Summer Lows on
Monday, 23rd October 2017 - last upated at 6:58 AM
(Click station name for graphs of recent levels)
Tay at Kenmore at 6:30 AM 2 ft 8 in Steady
Tay at Pitnacree at 5:30 AM 3 ft 1 in Steady
Tay at Caputh at 6:30 AM 2 ft 11 in Rising
Tay at Ballathie at 6:30 AM 4 ft 10 in Steady
Dochart at Killin at 5:45 AM 1 ft 11 in Falling
Lyon at Camusvrachan at 5:30 AM 0 ft 4 in Steady
Lyon at Comrie Bridge at 5:30 AM 0 ft 11 in Steady
Tilt at Marble Lodge at 5:30 AM 1 ft 1 in Falling
Garry at Killiecrankie at 6:30 AM 0 ft 7 in Steady
Tummel at Pitlochry at 5:30 AM 2 ft 7 in Rising
Braan at Hermitage at 6:30 AM 1 ft 6 in Steady
Ericht at Craighall at 6:00 AM 1 ft 1 in Steady
Isla at Wester Cardean at 6:00 AM 1 ft 0 in Steady
Almond at Almondbank No reading available
Earn at Dalginross at 6:30 AM 2 ft 2 in Steady
Earn at Kinkell at 5:30 AM 2 ft 2 in Steady
Eden at Kemback at 6:30 AM 0 ft 8 in Steady
 
These figures have been kindly provided by the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA).

The heights shown are automatically updated by our database when data is emailed to it by SEPA. These emails should come in at around 7am, and 7pm each day (but an hour earlier in winter time).

If the emails contain out of date data, or simply do not come, our database does not update the website, but automatically notifies the provider of the problem and waits for the next update to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

Station Icons: Red=Rising, Green=Steady, Blue=Falling. Click to see details & links
Vertical lines: Visual representation of the current height of that station
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