Flood Alert Info - Severn Vyrnwy Confluence

Area Description

Severn Vyrnwy Confluence.

This is a Flood Alert Area. For this area the highest level of flood notification that you will receive is a Flood Alert. No Flood Warnings or Severe Flood Warnings are issued for this area.
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Historical Flood Alert Messages for this Area


Flood Alert issued on 15 Oct 2018 17:06
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 9:00 am on Tuesday or if the situation changes. At 4:30 pm on Monday; the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.01 metres and falling slowly. A peak of 4.1 metres occurred on Monday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Oct 2018 12:47
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm on Monday or if the situation changes. At 12:30 pm on Monday; the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.04 metres and falling slowly. A peak of 4.1 metres occurred on Monday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Oct 2018 08:48
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 1:00 pm on Monday or if the situation changes. At 9:00 am on Monday; the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.06 metres and steady. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Oct 2018 19:32
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 9 am Monday morning or if the situation changes. At 7:00 pm Sunday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.66 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.2 metres occurred on Saturday evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.19 metres and falling. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.62 metres and rising. Crew Green Gauge was 5.52 metres and falling. A peak level of 5.57 metres occurred this afternoon. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Oct 2018 16:54
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8:00 pm Sunday or if the situation changes. At 4:00 pm Sunday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.80 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.2 metres occurred on Saturday evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.27 metres and falling. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.95 metres and rising. Crew Green Gauge was 5.55 metres and is currently peaking. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Oct 2018 12:49
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm Sunday or if the situation changes. At 12:00 pm Sunday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.1 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.2 metres occurred on Saturday evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.36 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.36 metres and rising slowly. Crew Green Gauge was 5.5 metres and is currently peaking. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Oct 2018 07:45
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 1:00 pm Sunday or if the situation changes. At 7:00 am Sunday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.65 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.2 metres occurred on Saturday evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.41 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 1.84 metres and rising slowly. Crew Green Gauge was 5.43 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 5.4 and 5.5 metres is expected to occur on Sunday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Oct 2018 21:32
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8am on Sunday or if the situation changes. At 9 pm on Saturday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 4.23 metres and rising to a peak. A peak level of between 4.2 and 4.3 metres is expected to occur this evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.09 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 1.35 metres and rising. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.59 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.5 metres is expected by tomorrow morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 13 Oct 2018 17:07
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 pm on Saturday or if the situation changes. At 4 pm on Saturday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.99 metres and rising. A peak level of between 4.0 and 4.3 metres is expected to occur Saturday evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.09 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 1.22 metres and rising. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.71 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.5 metres is expected to occur over night. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 13 Oct 2018 12:43
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm on Saturday or if the situation changes. At 12:00 pm on Saturday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.77 metres and rising. A peak level of between 4.0 and 4.2 metres is expected to occur Saturday evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.09 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 1.90 metres and rising. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 2.54 metres and rising. A peak level of between 4.6 and 5.2 metres is expected to occur Saturday evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Oct 2018 08:00
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 1:00 pm on Saturday or if the situation changes. At 7:30 am on Saturday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.93 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.8 and 4.0 metres is expected to occur Saturday afternoon. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.09 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 0.98 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 1.33 metres and rising. A peak level of between 4.6 and 5.2 metres is expected to occur Saturday evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Oct 2018 19:25
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 8 am on Saturday or if the situation changes. At 7 pm on Friday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.42 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.8 and 4.4 metres is expected to occur on Saturday morning. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 0.94 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 0.28 metres and steady. A peak level of between 5.80 and 6.0 metres is expected to occur on Saturday afternoon. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Sep 2018 17:07
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 9 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 4:45 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.02 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.1 metres occurred at 6 am this morning.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Sep 2018 09:11
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5 pm today or if the situation changes. At 8:45 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 4.05 metres. A peak level of 4.1 metres occurred at 6 am this morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Sep 2018 18:58
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 9:00 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 6 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.59 metres and rising. A forecast level of between 3.7 and 4.1 metres is expected to occur overnight. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 9 Apr 2018 07:59
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5:00pm on Monday 9th April or if the situation changes. At 7:50 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.93 metres and falling. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.40 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.41 metres and falling. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.69 metres and falling. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 8 Apr 2018 16:33
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 10:00am on Monday 9th April or if the situation changes. At 4:30 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.09 metres and falling. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.42 metres and falling slowly. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.90 metres and falling slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.29 metres and falling. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 8 Apr 2018 08:11
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5:00pm on Sunday 8th April or if the situation changes. At 8 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.2 metres and falling. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.44 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.04 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.56 metres and falling slowly. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 7 Apr 2018 17:01
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 10 am Sunday or if the situation changes. At 4 pm today The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.65 metres and rising, a peak level of between 2.9 and 3.2 is expected to occur this evening. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.45 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.44 metres steady. Crew Green Gauge was 3.69 metres and rising, a peak level of between 4.8 and 5.1 is expected to occur tomorrow morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 7 Apr 2018 09:13
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 5 pm Saturday or if the situation changes. At 9 am today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.88 metres and steady. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.39 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.59 metres and falling. Crew Green Gauge was 3.78 metres and falling. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 6 Apr 2018 16:50
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 10 am Saturday or if the situation changes. At 4 pm today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.01 metres and falling. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.42 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.13 metres and falling. Crew Green Gauge was 4.37 metres and falling. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 6 Apr 2018 09:34
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 5 pm today or if the situation changes. At 9 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.06 metres and falling. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.44 metres and falling. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.33 metres and falling. Crew Green Gauge was 4.61 metres and falling. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road Ponthen to Cae Howel road


Flood Alert issued on 5 Apr 2018 16:42
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 4 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.37 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.1 metres occurred on Tuesday afternoon the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.516 metres and falling. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.58 metres and falling. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.24 metres and falling. A peak level of 6.03 metres occurred on Tuesday evening The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road Ponthen to Cae Howel road


Flood Alert issued on 5 Apr 2018 09:19
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel and Crew Green. No flooding is expected at other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5 pm today or if the situation changes. At 8:45 am today; The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.55 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.37 metres and falling. A peak level of 6.03 metres occurred on Tuesday night. The following roads could be affected by flooding Cae Howel to Edgerley road . Ponthen to Cae Howel road


Flood Alert issued on 4 Apr 2018 16:31
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 10 am on Thursday or if the situation changes. At 3 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.78 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.18 metres occurred yesterday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.16 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.45 metres and rising slowly. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.73 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 6.03 metres occurred last night. The following roads could be affected by flooding Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 4 Apr 2018 09:45
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 5pm today or if the situation changes. At 9am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.03 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.18 metres occurred yesterday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.27 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.36 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.85 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.8 and 6.1 metres is expected overnight. The following roads could be affected by flooding Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road . Ponthen to Cae Howel road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 3 Apr 2018 15:55
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 3pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.97 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.18 metres occurred this morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.42 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 5.2 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.87 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.8 and 6.1 metres is expected to occur tomorrow morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road . Ponthen to Cae Howel road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 3 Apr 2018 10:59
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 5 pm or if the situation changes. At 10:15 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 4.12 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.18 metres occurred this morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.44 metres and rising. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 5.05 metres and rising. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.60 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.8 and 6.1 metres is expected to occur tomorrow morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road . Ponthen to Cae Howel road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 2 Apr 2018 16:31
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
River levels are rising as a result of recent rainfall. Low lying land and roads in the Severn Vyrnwy Confluence could be affected by flooding. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 11 am on Tuesday or if the situation changes. At 4pm on Monday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.85 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.0 and 3.4 metres is expected to occur on Monday evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.51 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.06 metres and rising slowly the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.57 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur overnight on Monday.


Flood Alert issued on 2 Apr 2018 14:02
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
River levels are rising as a result of recent rainfall. Low lying land and roads in the Severn Vyrnwy Confluence could be affected by flooding. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 am on Tuesday or if the situation changes. At 1:30 pm today the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.68 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.4 metres is expected to occur later today. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.51 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.82 metres and rising. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.31 metres and rising. A peak level of between 4.8 and 5.2 metres is expected to occur overnight.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Mar 2018 16:16
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 8 am on Monday 19th March or if the situation changes. At 4 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.18 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.59 and falling.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Mar 2018 07:49
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5 pm on Sunday 18th March or if the situation changes. At 7 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.28 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.90 and falling.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Mar 2018 17:06
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 8 am on Sunday 18th March or if the situation changes. At 4 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.60 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.91 and rising.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Mar 2018 08:00
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
114 Severn Vyrnwy Confluence This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5 pm on Saturday the 17th March or if the situation changes. At 07:30 today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.93 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.68 metres occurred Friday afternoon. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.76 and rising.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Mar 2018 16:15
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 10 am on Saturday the 17th March or if the situation changes. At 16:00 today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.59 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.4 and 3.7 metres is expected to occur this evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 16 Mar 2018 12:39
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5 pm today or if the situation changes. At 12:30 today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.64 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.3 and 3.6 metres is expected to occur this evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 15 Mar 2018 07:09
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm on Thursday the 15th March, or if the situation changes. At 7 am, Thursday the 15th of March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.93 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.49 metres occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.39 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.89 metres and falling slowly. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.24 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 4.77 metres occurred at 6:30am Tuesday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 14 Mar 2018 15:56
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 9 am on Thursday the 15th March, or if the situation changes. At 15:45 today, Wednesday 14th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.0 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.49 metres occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.40 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.30 metres and falling slowly. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.65 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 4.77 metres occurred at 6:30am Tuesday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 13 Mar 2018 16:05
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10am on Wednesday 14th March, or if the situation changes. At 3pm today, Tuesday 13th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.25 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.46 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.83 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.56 metres and steady. A peak level of 4.77 occurred at 6:30am Tuesday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Mar 2018 08:13
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm Tuesday 13th March or if the situation changes. At 7 am, Tuesday 13th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.41 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.48 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.82 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.76 metres and steady. A peak level of between 4.8 and 4.9 metres is expected to occur Tuesday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Mar 2018 16:39
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 am Tuesday 13th March or if the situation changes. At 4 pm, Monday 12th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.85 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.53 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.71 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.23 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 4.7 and 4.9 is expected to occur Tuesday morning. Be advised that heavy showers last night combined with further rain that has fallen today is likely to cause further river response The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Mar 2018 09:01
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm Monday 12th March or if the situation changes. At 8 am, Monday 12th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.45 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.51 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.68 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.13 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.26 occurred at 4am Sunday morning. Be advised that heavy showers overnight, combined with further rain expected today, is likely to cause further river response. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Mar 2018 16:27
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 am Monday 12th March or if the situation changes. At 15.30 pm, Sunday 11th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.43 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.55 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.75 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.94 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.26 occurred at 4am Sunday morning. Be advised that further rain is expected today, Sunday the 11 March, which is likely to cause further river response. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Mar 2018 15:46
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 am Monday 12th March or if the situation changes. At 15.30 pm, Sunday 11th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.43 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.55 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.75 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.94 metres and steady. A peak level of between 5.26 occurred at 4am Sunday morning. Be advised that further rain is expected today, Sunday the 11 March, which is likely to cause further river response. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Mar 2018 08:00
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm Sunday 11th March or if the situation changes. At 7.30 am, Sunday 11th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.64 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.74 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.69 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.23 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.26 occurred at 4am Sunday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 10 Mar 2018 15:53
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 am Sunday 11th March or if the situation changes. At 15.30 pm, Saturday 10th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.48 metres. A peak level of 3.49 occurred at midday on Saturday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.44 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.24 metres and rising. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.56 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5 to 5.3 metres is expected to occur overnight Saturday. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 10 Mar 2018 06:26
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm or if the situation changes. At 6:00 am, Saturday 10th March; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.99 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.4 and 3.6 metres is expected to occur today around midday.. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.4 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.42 metres and rising. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 2.89 metres and rising. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road. Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Feb 2018 08:56
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. Due to the rain on Saturday, river levels in this area are rising. This message will be updated by 4 pm Sunday or if the situation changes. At 8:30 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.38 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.40 metres occurred at 7:30 am this morning. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.81 metres and rising slowly.


Flood Alert issued on 10 Feb 2018 16:41
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. Due to this morning rain, river levels in this area are rising. This message will be updated by 9 am Sunday or if the situation changes. At 4:00 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.23 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.3 metres is expected to occur overnight.


Flood Alert issued on 30 Jan 2018 16:57
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 4:30 pm today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.10 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.03 metres occurred yesterday evening . the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.57 metres and steady


Flood Alert issued on 30 Jan 2018 09:56
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel This message will be updated 6pm tonight or if the situation changes. At 8:30 am today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.56 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.03 metres occurred yesterday evening . the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.85 metres and steady


Flood Alert issued on 29 Jan 2018 16:48
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel This message will be updated 10am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 16:30 pm today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.52 metres and rising. A peak level between 3.0 and 3.3 metres is expected to occur this evening. the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.51 metres and steady.


Flood Alert issued on 29 Jan 2018 08:44
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Flooding is not expected in other gauge locations. However river levels may rise again following this morning’s rainfall. This message will be updated by 6 pm on Monday 29th January or if the situation changes. At 8:30 am today; the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.55 metres and falling slowly, a peak level of 4.23 metres occurred on Saturday 27th January at 1pm.


Flood Alert issued on 28 Jan 2018 17:55
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Flooding is not expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 5:30 pm today; the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.75 metres and falling slowly, a peak level of 4.23 metres occurred yesterday at 1pm.


Flood Alert issued on 28 Jan 2018 09:30
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Flooding is not expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 6 pm today or if the situation changes. At 9:00 am today; the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.90 metres and falling slowly, a peak level of 4.23 metres occurred yesterday at 1pm. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Jan 2018 17:56
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Flooding is not expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 5:30 pm today; the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.11 metres and steady, a peak level is 4.23 metres occurred today at 1pm. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Jan 2018 09:35
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Flooding is not expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 6 pm today or if the situation changes. At 9:00 am today; the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.23 metres and steady, a peak level is occurring now. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Jan 2018 16:52
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 4:30 pm today; the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.21 metres and steady, a peak level is occurring now. The Crew Green Gauge was 5.31 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.60 metres occurred 09:15 yesterday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Jan 2018 07:38
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm today or if the situation changes. At 6:30 am today; the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.21 metres and steady, a peak level is occurring now. The Crew Green Gauge was 5.41 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.60 metres occurred 09:15 yesterday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 25 Jan 2018 16:59
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8:00 am tomorrow morning or if the situation changes. The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.03 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.90 metres occurred at 7:30 pm yesterday evening. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.15 metres and is steady. A peak level of 1.30 metres occurred this morning. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.17 metres and rising slowly. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.57 metres and is peaking. The following roads could be affected by flooding. Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 25 Jan 2018 07:40
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
Showery rain today is not expected to make flooding worse. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm today or if the situation changes. At 6:30 am today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.38 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.90 metres occurred at 7:30 pm last night. The Maesbrook Gauge was 1.27 metres and steady. A peak level is occurring now. The Cae Howel Gauge was 4.01 metres and steady. The Crew Green Gauge was 5.57 metres and steady. A peak level of between 5.5 and 5.7 metres is expected this morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Jan 2018 17:16
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
Due to this mornings rainfall river levels are expected to rise throughout the day. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 5 pm today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.7 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.7 and 4 metres is expected to occur overnight. the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.5 metres and steady. the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.0 metres and steady. the Crew Green Gauge was 5.1 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of between 5.5 and 5.8 metres is expected tomorrow morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Jan 2018 08:57
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
Due to this mornings forecast rainfall river levels are expected to rise throughout the day. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm today or if the situation changes. At 8 am today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.52 metres and steady. A peak level of between 3.7 and 4 metres is expected to occur this evening. the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.52 metres and steady. the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.06 metres and steady. the Crew Green Gauge was 5.30 metres and steady. A peak level of between 5.9 and 6.1 metres is expected to occur overnight. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Jan 2018 15:39
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated 9am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 15:30 pm today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.7 metres and rising slowly. A peak level 4.1 metres occurred early yesterday morning. the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.63 metres and falling. A peak level of 1.37 metres occurred yesterday at midday. the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.14 metres and steady. A peak level of 4.19 metres occurred earlier this morning. the Crew Green Gauge was 5.53 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.94 metres occurred last night. The following roads could be affected by flooding Cae Howel to Edgerley road Ponthen to Cae Howel road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 23 Jan 2018 07:48
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4 pm today or if the situation changes. At 7:30 am today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.57 metres and falling. A peak level 4.1 metres occurred early yesterday morning. the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.98 metres and falling. A peak level of 1.37 metres occurred yesterday at midday. the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.18 metres and steady. A peak level of 4.19 metres occurred earlier this morning. the Crew Green Gauge was 5.70 metres and falling. A peak level of 5.94 metres occurred last night. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 22 Jan 2018 16:47
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 8 am or if the situation changes. At 3:45 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.29 metres and falling. A peak level 4.1 metres occurred at 6 am this morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.35 metres and falling. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.77 metres and rising. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.73 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.5 and 5.8 metres is expected to occur this evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Jan 2018 07:16
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4 pm today or if the situation changes. At 7 am today; the Llanymynech Gauge was 4.06 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.1 metres occurred last night. the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.17 metres and rising. the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.66 metres and rising. the Crew Green Gauge was 5.15 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.8 and 6.1 metres is expected to occur this afternoon.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Jan 2018 16:49
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green This message will be updated by 8 am or if the situation changes. At 4:15 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.34 metres and rising. A peak level of between 2.9 and 3.4 metres is expected to occur overnight. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.53 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.42 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.84 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 4.8 and 5.3 metres is expected to occur tomorrow afternoon.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Jan 2018 09:17
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm today, or if the situation changes. At 9 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.2 metres and steady. A peak level of 4 metres occurred yesterday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.5 metres and steady. A peak level of 1.22 metres occurred yesterday evening. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.4 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.9 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.26 metres occurred overnight last night


Flood Alert issued on 20 Jan 2018 15:30
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
his message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow, or if the situation changes. At 3 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.3 metres and steady. A peak level of 4 metres occurred yesterday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.5 metres and steady. A peak level of 1.22 metres occurred yesterday evening. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.5 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.26 metres occurred overnight last night.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Jan 2018 08:47
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4pm today, or if the situation changes. At 8am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.3 metres and steady. A peak level of 4 metres occurred yesterday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.5 metres and steady. A peak level of 1.22 metres occurred yesterday evening. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.6 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.1 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.26 metres occurred overnight last night.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Jan 2018 08:43
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4pm today, or if the situation changes. At 8am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.3 metres and steady. A peak level of 4 metres occurred yesterday morning. Levels at this gauge could rise again this evening in response to rain on Saturday. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.5 metres and steady. A peak level of 1.22 metres occurred yesterday evening. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.6 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.1 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.26 metres occurred overnight last night.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Jan 2018 15:50
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 9am tomorrow, or if the situation changes. At 3pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.4 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 4 metres occurred yesterday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.6 metres and falling. A peak level of 1.22 metres occurred yesterday evening. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.4 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.8 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.26 metres occurred overnight last night.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Jan 2018 15:36
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 9am pm tomorrow, or if the situation changes. At 3pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.4 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 4 metres occurred yesterday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.6 metres and falling. A peak level of 1.22 metres occurred yesterday evening. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.4 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.8 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.26 metres occurred overnight last night.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Jan 2018 08:32
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4 pm today, or if the situation changes. At 8 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.6 metres and falling. A peak level of 4 metres occurred yesterday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.74 metres and falling. A peak level of 1.22 metres occurred yesterday evening. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.67 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.12 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.26 metres occurred overnight last night.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Jan 2018 15:56
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 9 am tomorrow, or if the situation changes. At 3.30 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.55 metres and falling. A peak level of 4 metres occurred this morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.11 metres and is currently peaking. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.49 metres and is currently peaking. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.71 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.2 and 5.5 metres is expected to occur overnight tonight.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Jan 2018 05:57
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4:00 pm, or if the situation changes. After rainfall overnight, rivers are now respondsing. At 5.00 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.1 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.7 and 4 metres is expected to occur early afternoon on Thursday. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.5 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.5 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.1 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.3 and 5.5 metres is expected to occur early afternoon on Thursday.


Flood Alert issued on 7 Jan 2018 09:58
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel only. Flooding is not expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 10 am Monday or if the situation changes. At 9:00 am today; the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.04 metres and falling slowly. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 6 Jan 2018 13:21
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel only. Flooding is not expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 2 pm Sunday or if the situation changes. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.10 metres and steady.. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Jan 2018 12:17
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 2 pm Saturday or if the situation changes. At 1 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.76 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 2.8 and 3.0 metres is expected overnight. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.67 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.10 metres and falling slowly. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.38 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.4 to 5.6 metres is expected to occur overnight. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 4 Jan 2018 13:51
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 2 pm Friday or if the situation changes. At 1 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.79 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 3.0 and 3.2 metres is expected overnight. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.97 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.19 metres and falling slowly, a peak level of 4.20 metres occurred at 5:45 am Thursday morning. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.48 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.5 to 5.7 metres is expected to occur overnight. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 3 Jan 2018 13:30
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 2 pm Thursday or if the situation changes. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. At 1 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.78 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.12 occurred at 5:30 am Wednesday. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.37 metres and steady, a peak level is occurring now. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.68 metres and steady. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.46 metres and steady. A peak level is occurring now. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 3 Jan 2018 07:41
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 2 pm today or if the situation changes. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green At 7 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 4.10 metres and falling. A peak level of 4.12 occurred early this morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.15 metres and rising. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.66 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.13 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.6 and 5.8 metres is expected to occur this evening evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 2 Jan 2018 19:55
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 8 am tomorrow morning or if the situation changes. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green At 7:30 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.75 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.5 and 3.9 metres is expected to occur tomorrow morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.56 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.7 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.91 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.3 and 5.6 metres is expected to occur tomorrow evening. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 2 Jan 2018 13:54
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 8 pm on today or if the situation changes. A band of potentially heavy rain is forecast for later this afternoon and into this evening which may cause river levels to rise again. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. At 1 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.67 metres and falling. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.68 metres and falling. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.73 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.15 metres and steady


Flood Alert issued on 2 Jan 2018 07:22
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 2 pm on Tuesday or if the situation changes. At 7 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.83 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.36 metres ocurred on Monday 1st January at 4 am. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.96 metres and falling. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.73 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.27 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.35 metres occurred on Monday 1st January at 2 pm. From Tuesday 2nd January 2018 the forecast is for more unsettled weather that may cause river levels to rise further.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Jan 2018 19:27
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8 am on Tuesday or if the situation changes. At 7:30 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.17 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 3.2 and 3.4 metres is expected to occur overnight on Monday and into Tuesday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.07 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.68 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.33 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.4 and 5.5 metres is expected to occur on Tuesday morning. From Tuesday 2nd January 2018 the forecast is for more unsettled weather that may cause river levels to rise further.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Jan 2018 13:49
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8 pm or if the situation changes. At 1.15 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.10 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.36 metres ocurred on Monday 1st January at 4 am. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.12 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.62 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.35 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.4 and 5.5 metres is expected to occur on Monday afternoon or evening. From Tuesday 2nd January 2018 the forecast is for more unsettled weather that may cause river levels to rise further.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Jan 2018 07:21
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 2 pm, today or if the situation changes. At 7 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.30 metres and falling slowly. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.11 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.55 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.29 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 5.3 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur this afternoon.


Flood Alert issued on 31 Dec 2017 19:44
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8 am, Monday, 1st January or if the situation changes. At 7 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.05 metres. A new peak level of between 3.1 metres and 3.4 metres is expected to occur Monday morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.12 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.54 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.05 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.1 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur Monday afternoon. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road.


Flood Alert issued on 31 Dec 2017 13:37
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 8 pm in Sunday 31st December or if the situation changes. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green At 1:00 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.74 metres and falling slowley. A peak level of 3.84 metres occurred at 11:00 this morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.41 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.26 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.66 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.1 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur this evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 31 Dec 2017 07:57
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 2 pm in Sunday 31st December or if the situation changes. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green At 7:30 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.28 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.7 and 4.0 metres is expected this afternoon. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.41 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.1 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.38 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.1 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur this evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 30 Dec 2017 19:20
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 8 am in Sunday 31st December or if the situation changes. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green At 7 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.01 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.3 metres is expected this evening. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.39 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.58 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 4.01 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.8 and 4.3 metres is expected to occur Sunday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 30 Dec 2017 15:31
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 8 pm or if the situation changes. A band of rain that occurred last night, combined with snow melt, is predicted to cause some flooding of low lying land on Saturday afternoon and into Sunday morning. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green At 3:30 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.07 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.3 metres is expected this afternoon. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.39 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.42 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.49 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.8 and 4.3 metres is expected to occur Sunday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 30 Dec 2017 11:45
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message will be updated by 4 pm or if the situation changes. A band of rain that occurred overnight, combined with snow melt, is predicted to cause some flooding of low lying land later this afternoon. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green At 11 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.62 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3 and 3.4 metres is expected this afternoon. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.38 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.58 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.06 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.7 and 4.2 metres is expected to occur Sunday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Dec 2017 16:04
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 11 am on Wednesday 20th of December or if the situation changes. At 16:00 am today; The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.03 metres and falling.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Dec 2017 09:46
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 5pm on Tuesday 19th of December or if the situation changes. At 9:30 am today; The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.25 metres and falling.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Dec 2017 15:23
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook and Cae Howel. This message will be updated by 10 am on Tuesday 19th of December or if the situation changes. At 3 pm today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.22 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.40 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.88 metres and steady.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Dec 2017 08:47
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4 pm on Monday 18th of December or if the situation changes. At 8:45 am today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.44 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.46 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.78 metres and falling slowly. Crew Green Gauge was 4.32 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred on Friday 15th December. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 17 Dec 2017 16:40
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 11 am on Monday 18th of December or if the situation changes. At 4:30 pm today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.17 metres and steady. A peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.48 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.91 metres and falling slowly. Crew Green Gauge was 4.34 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred on Friday 15th December. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 17 Dec 2017 10:09
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5 pm on Sunday the 17th of December or if the situation changes. At 10:00 today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.15 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.48 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.91 metres and falling slowly. Crew Green Gauge was 4.63 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred at 01:30 on Friday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 16 Dec 2017 15:05
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 11 am on Sunday the 17th of December or if the situation changes. At 15:00 today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.30 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.52 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.98 metres and falling slowly. Crew Green Gauge was 5.33 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred at 01:30 on Friday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 16 Dec 2017 08:52
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4 pm on Saturday the 16th of December or if the situation changes. At 08:45 today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.40 metres and falling. A peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.57 metres and falling. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.01 metres and steady. Crew Green Gauge was 5.56 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred at 01:30 on Friday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Cae Howel to Edgerley road


Flood Alert issued on 15 Dec 2017 14:53
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10am on Saturday the 16th of December or if the situation changes. At 2:45 pm today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.99 metres and falling slowly, a peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.04 metres and falling slowly. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.10 metres and steady. Crew Green Gauge was 5.70 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred at 01:30 today The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Dec 2017 09:14
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4 pm on Friday the 15th of December or if the situation changes. At 9 am today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.96 metres and falling, a peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.09 metres and falling slowly. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.10 metres and steady. Crew Green Gauge was 5.76 metres and steady. A peak level of 5.8 metres occurred at 01:30 today The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Dec 2017 15:45
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 9 am on Friday the 15th of December or if the situation changes. At 3 pm today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.61 metres and falling, a peak level of 3.98 metres occurred early on Thursday morning. The level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.30 metres and steady. The level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.57 metres and rising slowly. The level at the Crew Green Gauge was 5.63 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 5.5 and 5.7 metres is expected to occur later this afternoon. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Dec 2017 09:55
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4:00pm today or if the situation changes. At 9.15 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.61 metres and falling. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 1.32 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 4.90 metres and steady. Crew Green Gauge was 5.43 metres and rising. A peak level of between 5.3 and 5.5 metres is expected to occur at midday. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Ponthen to Cae Howel road Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 13 Dec 2017 15:08
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This flood alert has been issued due to recent snow melt and more rain is forecast for today through into tomorrow. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. This message will be updated by 10:00 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 3 pm today. the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.72 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.5 and 3.7 metres is expected to occur overnight. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road


Flood Alert issued on 13 Dec 2017 12:25
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This flood alert has been issued due to recent snow melt and more rain is forecast for today through into tomorrow.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Nov 2017 15:19
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 9 am or if the situation changes. At 3 pm today; The level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.92 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.93 metres occurred at 2 pm on Monday 27th November.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Nov 2017 10:51
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 4 pm or if the situation changes. At 10:30 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.72 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.75 and 4.0 metres is expected to occur Monday early afternoon.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Nov 2017 07:58
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 4 pm or if the situation changes. At 7:30 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.86 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.3 and 3.7 metres is expected to occur Monday early afternoon.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Nov 2017 15:46
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 10:00 am or if the situation changes. At 3:30 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.93 metres and steady. A peak level of between 3.0 and 3.4 metres is expected to occur Monday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Nov 2017 18:01
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 9:00 am or if the situation changes. At 6 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.60 metres and falling slowly. Rainfall forecast this evening and overnight is expected to cause river levels to rise again. A peak level of between 3.2 and 3.5 metres is expected to occur overnight.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Nov 2017 15:16
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 7:00 pm or if the situation changes. At 3 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.88 metres and steady. Rainfall forecast this afternoon and overnight is expected to cause river levels to rise. A peak level of between 3.2 and 3.5 metres is expected to occur overnight.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Oct 2017 09:24
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm local time, on Tuesday 24 October, or if the situation changes. At 9:00 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.0 metres and steady. A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.5 metres is expected to occur in the evening of Tuesday 24 October. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.2 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 2.6 metres and steady. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur in the early hours of Wednesday 25 October. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Oct 2017 16:30
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10:00 am local time, on Tuesday 24 October, or if the situation changes. At 4:00 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.0 metres and steady. A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.5 metres is expected to occur in the evening of Tuesday 24 October. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.6 metres and falling slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.0 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur in the early hours of Wednesday 25 October. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Oct 2017 12:42
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm local time, on Monday 23 October, or if the situation changes. At 12:00 noon today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.0 metres and steady. A peak level of between 3.1 and 3.5 metres is expected to occur in the evening of Tuesday 24 October. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.8 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.2 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur in the early hours of Wednesday 25 October. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Oct 2017 09:50
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm local time, on Monday 23 October, or if the situation changes. At 9:00 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.05 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.14 metres occurred at 4:00 am on Sunday. A second peak level of between 3.3 and 3.6 metres is expected to occur at 2:00 am tomorrow morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.0 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.4 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of between 4.9 and 5.3 metres is expected to occur overnight. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Oct 2017 16:37
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10:00 am local time, on Monday 23 October, or if the situation changes. At 4:00 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.6 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.14 metres occurred at 4:00 am on Sunday. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 3.3 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.8 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur overnight. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Oct 2017 10:22
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 5:00 pm local time, on Sunday 22 October, or if the situation changes. At 9:30 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.76 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.14 metres occurred at 4:00 am this morning. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.5 metres and rising slowly. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 3.1 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur at 4:00 pm this afternoon. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Oct 2017 15:40
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 10:00 am local time, on Sunday 22 October, or if the situation changes. At 3:00 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.7 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 3.3 and 3.6 metres is expected to occur at 2:00 am overnight. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 1.0 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 1.4 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur at 6:00 am tomorrow morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Oct 2017 12:24
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Maesbrook, Cae Howel and Crew Green. This message will be updated by 4:00 pm local time, or if the situation changes. At midday today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.7 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 3.3 and 3.6 metres is expected to occur at 2:00 am overnight. the level at the Maesbrook Gauge was 0.1 metres and steady. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 1.0 metres and steady. the level at the Crew Green Gauge was 1.4 metres and steady. A peak level of between 5.0 and 5.4 metres is expected to occur at 6:00 am tomorrow morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley Green to Maesbrook road Cae Howel to Edgerley road. Ponthen to Cae Howel road. Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Oct 2017 15:12
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 9:00 am on Friday or if the situation changes. At 3:00 pm on Thursday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.92 metres and steady. A peak level of between 3.9 and 4.1 metres is expected to occur on Thursday afternoon and into the evening. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Oct 2017 08:48
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 4:00 pm on Thursday or if the situation changes. At 8:30 am on Thursday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 2.98 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.6 and 4.2 metres is expected to occur on Thursday afternoon. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 4 Oct 2017 16:10
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
Heavy rain is expected this evening and overnight into Thursday and will cause the rivers to rise. We expect the rivers to peak on Thursday morning. The Environment Agency will continue to monitor the forecast and the river levels in this area. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 9:00 am on Thursday or if the situation changes. At 3:30 pm on Wednesday; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.71 metres and steady. A peak level of between 3 and 3.5 metres is expected to occur on Thursday morning. The following roads could be affected by flooding; Melverley to Melverley Green road and Ponthen to Melverley road.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Sep 2017 12:44
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
Heavy Showers will continue throughout the day and will cause the rivers to rise. We expect the rivers to peak this afternoon and remain high for the rest of today. The Environment Agency will continue to monitor the forecast and the river levels in this area. This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech and Cae Howel. Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 4:00 pm or if the situation changes. At 12:30 today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.04 metres and rising slowly. A peak level of between 3.0 and 3.2 metres is expected to occur this afternoon. the level at the Cae Howel Gauge was 2.63 metres and rising slowly.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Aug 2017 16:07
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 10 am tomorrow or if the situation changes. At 4 pm today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 3.17 metres and falling slowly. A peak level of 3.2 metres occured at 1 pm this afternoon.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Aug 2017 09:42
River Severn, River Vyrnwy
This message contains gauge information for Llanymynech, Currently no flooding is expected in other gauge locations. This message will be updated by 4:00 pm or if the situation changes. At 9:30 am today; the level at the Llanymynech Gauge was 1.97 metres and rising. A peak level of between 3.2 and 3.4 metres is expected to occur at 11 am this morning.