Flood Alert Info - Lower Tone and Parrett Moors

Area Description

Lower Rivers Tone and Parrett including West Moor, Hay Moor, Curry Moor, Stan Moor, Salt Moor and North Moor.
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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Flood Alert History

Number of historic Flood Alerts that have previously been recorded for this area:
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Historical Flood Alert Messages for this Area

  • We have only been collating detailed flood messages since May 2017.
  • Each Flood Alert may have multiple updates. The messages listed below may therefore be greater than the number of alerts detailed in the Flood Alert table above.

Flood Alert issued on 25 Mar 2020 13:55
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is slowly falling and is at 6.05 m. We do not expect further water to flow into Currymoor in the near future. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.23 m and is stable. Water remains in Haymoor, and is the main reason for this alert remaining in force. The weather over the next few days will be dry which will allow pumping to continue at Currymoor leading to a lowering of levels in Haymoor. Cutts Road and New Road are now clear of water, however the roads may still be closed until the local highways authority have inspected them, cleared any debris and opened gates. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Friday 27/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Mar 2020 10:54
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is slowly falling and is at 6.43 m. We do not expect further water to flow into Currymoor in the near future. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.57 m and continues to fall. Water remains in Haymoor, and is the main reason for this alert remaining in force. The weather over the next few days will be dry which will allow pumping to continue at Currymoor leading to a lowering of levels in Haymoor. Cutts Road and New Road are now clear of water, however the roads may still be closed until the local highways authority have inspected them, cleared any debris and opened gates. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Tuesday 24/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Mar 2020 11:19
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is slowly falling and is at 6.66 m. We do not expect further water to flow into Currymoor in the near future. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.57 m and continues to fall. The weather over the next few days will be dry which will allow pumping to continue at Currymoor. Cutts Road and New Road are now clear of water, however the roads may still be closed until the local highways authority have inspected them, cleared any debris and opened gates. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Monday 22/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Mar 2020 15:54
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station has fallen and is now stable at 6.99 m. We do not expect further water to flow into Currymoor in the near future. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.12 m and continues to fall. The weather over the next few days will be dry which will allow pumping to continue at Currymoor. Cutts Road and New Road are now clear of water, however the roads may still be closed until the local highways authority have inspected them, cleared any debris and opened gates. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Saturday 21/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Mar 2020 11:17
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station has fallen and is now stable at 7.17 m. We do not expect further water to flow into Currymoor in the near future. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.59 m and continues to fall. There is a favourable forecast with low rainfall totals over the next few days which will allow pumping to continue at Currymoor. Cutts Road and New Road are now clear of water, however the roads may still be closed until the local highways authority have inspected them, cleared any debris and opened gates. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Friday 20/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Mar 2020 11:23
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station has now fallen following the rain over the weekend and is now at 7.17 m and continues to fall. We do not expect further water to flow into Currymoor in the near future. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.86 m and falling. There is a favourable forecast with minimal rain over the next few days which will allow pumping to continue at Currymoor. Cutts Road and New Road still remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Thursday 19/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Mar 2020 11:18
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station has now fallen following the rain over the weekend and is now at 7.23 m and continues to fall. We do not expect further water to flow into Currymoor in the near future. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.09 m and falling. There is a favourable forecast with minimal rain over the next few days which will allow pumping to continue at Currymoor. Cutts Road and New Road still remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Wednesday 18/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Mar 2020 12:20
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.36 m and rose slightly during Sunday afternoon but has been falling during Monday. Water will flow into Currymoor if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.20 m and has been slowly rising but appears now to be stable. The forecast is for dry weather during Monday and Tuesday. We will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Our staff are actively monitoring this, to maximise the time we can pump. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Tuesday 17/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Mar 2020 10:34
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.29 m and is currently stable. Water will flow into Currymoor if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.04 m and is falling. The rainfall is forecast to move out of the area by midday today, Sunday 15/03/20, with drier weather to follow for the rest of Sunday and Monday. We will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Our staff are actively monitoring this, to maximise the time we can pump. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Monday 16/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Mar 2020 12:56
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.33 m and is currently falling. Water will flow into Currymoor if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.24 m and falling slowly. The weather forecast for Saturday is largely dry with some occasional showers. A band of rainfall is then expected during Sunday morning which may be heavy at times. We will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Our staff are actively monitoring this, to maximise the time we can pump. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Sunday 15/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Mar 2020 14:03
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.33 m and is currently falling. We expect the level to rise again slightly in response to the high tide this evening, Friday 13/03/20. Water will flow into Currymoor if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.40 m and falling slowly. The weather forecast today is largely dry with occasional showers, followed tonight by a band of showery rain, at times heavy, but passing through quickly. Tomorrow, Saturday, should be mostly dry, until Sunday morning when a moderate band of rain is expected. We will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Our staff are actively monitoring this, to maximise the time we can pump. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Saturday, 14/03/20.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Mar 2020 12:20
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.33 m and is currently falling. We expect the level to rise again slightly later today in response to the effect of the high tide this evening, Thursday 12/03/20. Water will flow into Currymoor if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.60 m and stable. The weather forecast for today, Thursday 12/03/20, is dry spells mixed with blustery showers. Tomorrow, Friday 13/03/20, should be mostly dry, until the evening, when a band of rain is expected to pass through quickly. We will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Our staff are actively monitoring these conditions to maximise the time we can pump. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Friday, 13/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Mar 2020 12:48
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.32 m and is currently falling. We expect the level to rise again slightly later today in response to the effect of the high tide this evening, Wednesday 11/03/20. Water will flow into Currymoor if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.65 m and stable. The weather forecast is dry today, followed by a band of showers tonight and occasional blustery showers tomorrow, Thursday 12/03/20. High spring tides this week may constrain our pumping at times, therefore we will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this to maximise the time we can pump. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Thursday, 12/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 10 Mar 2020 12:08
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.35 m and is falling. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.72 m and is slowly rising. Following a dry start to Tuesday, showers are forecast to return this afternoon and into Wednesday. This may maintain high river levels and our pumping will be constrained by high spring tides this week. We will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Wednesday, 11/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 9 Mar 2020 12:16
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.35 m and is falling. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.76 m and is slowly falling. Following a dry start to Monday, showers are forecast to return this evening and into Tuesday. This may maintain high river levels and our pumping will be constrained by high spring tides this week. We will continue to pump at Currymoor when river levels and tidal conditions allow. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Tuesday 10/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 8 Mar 2020 10:16
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.29 m and remains high butis stable. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.87 m and is slowly falling. We are pumping at Currymoor and will continue to pump water off the moor as long as the capacity allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor, when required and the river levels allow. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. The forecast is for mostly dry conditions on Sunday, although some showers are still possible. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Monday 09/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 7 Mar 2020 10:36
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.30 m and remains high but is falling slowly. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.06 m and is stable. We are pumping at Currymoor and will continue to pump water off the moor as long as the capacity allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor, when required and the river levels allow. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. The forecast is for mostly dry conditions on Saturday, although some showers are still possible. We are expecting a band of rain to cross the area on Saturday evening and overnight into tomorrow. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Sunday 08/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 6 Mar 2020 12:17
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.50 m and remains high but is falling slowly. We will recommence pumping at Currymoor when the river has fallen further. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.06 m and is rising slowly. Pumping continues, when river levels allow, at Saltmoor and Northmoor. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. Cutts Road and New Road remain affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. The forecast is for mostly dry conditions during Friday and into Saturday, although some showers are still possible. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Saturday 07/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Mar 2020 11:58
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.30 m and is stable. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.73 m and falling slowly. We are pumping at Currymoor and will continue to pump water off the moor as long as capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. We will also pump at Saltmoor and Northmoor when required. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Further showers are forecast to continue this morning and into the early afternoon before becoming drier for the rest of Thursday and into Friday, we expect river levels to continue dropping as a result. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Friday 06/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 4 Mar 2020 10:27
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.25 m and falling. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.87 m and falling slowly. We are pumping at Currymoor and will continue to pump water off the moor as long as capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. We will also pump at Saltmoor and Northmoor when required. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Forecast is to be mainly dry with some showers and we expect river levels to continue dropping as a result. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Thursday 05/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 3 Mar 2020 08:56
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.30 m and falling. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.08 m and falling slowly. We are pumping at Currymoor and will continue to pump water off the moor as long as capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the pumps run. We are also pumping at Saltmoor and Northmoor. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Tuesday is forecast to be dry and we expect river levels to continue dropping as a result. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Wednesday 04/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 2 Mar 2020 13:18
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.43 m and falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway when this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.13 m and rising slowly. Pumping to drain Currymoor will take place as soon as capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that the Currymoor pumps run. Pumping is currently taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Isolated showers are forecast for Monday and Tuesday, however both days will be largely dry. River levels in both the Tone and Parrett catchments are expected to drop as a result. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Tuesday 03/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Mar 2020 11:17
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bank-full and stable at 7.50 m. Hook Bridge spillway is currently running, and the drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.96 m and rising slowly. Pumping to drain the moors will take place whenever capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that pumps are running. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Isolated wintry showers are forecast for Sunday, with a band of more prolonged rain crossing the region later tonight. River levels in the lower Tone and Parrett catchments are likely to remain high for a number of days as a result of recent and forecast rainfall. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Monday 02/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 29 Feb 2020 12:17
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bankfull at 7.51 m and rising in response to last night’s rain. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.60 m and also rising slowly. Pumping to drain the moors will take place whenever capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that pumps are running. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Windy conditions and wintry showers are forecast for Saturday and Sunday. River levels in the lower Tone and Parrett catchments are likely to remain high for a number of days however as a result of recent rainfall. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Sunday 01/03/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 28 Feb 2020 09:19
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bankfull at 7.44 m. Hook Bridge spillway ran overnight. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.49 m and is rising slowly. Pumping to drain the moors will take place whenever capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that pumps are running. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Storm Jorge is forecast to bring heavy and persistent rain to the region today, particularly over high ground. This will clear to the east early on Saturday morning and be followed by windy conditions and wintry showers on Saturday and Sunday. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Saturday 29/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Feb 2020 10:30
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station remains high and stable, currently at 7.40 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.33 m and is stable. Pumping to drain the moors will take place whenever capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that pumps are running. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Thursday 27/02/2020 is forecast to be largely dry, however rain is expected across the region during Friday and Saturday. This may be heavy and persistent. Catchments remain saturated and we expect river levels to rise in response to this rain. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Friday 28/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Feb 2020 11:59
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.38 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.39 m and is stable. Pumping to drain the moors will take place whenever capacity in the River Tone allows. Incident response staff are actively monitoring this situation to maximise the time that pumps are running. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Wednesday 26/02/2020 is forecast to be largely dry, however a period of rainfall is expected across the region from the early hours of Thursday morning. This will be followed by further rain on Friday and Saturday. Please stay aware of flood alert and flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain. This message will be updated on Thursday 27/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 25 Feb 2020 09:04
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.33 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.39 m and gradually falling. Pumping to drain the moors will continue for as long as the river capacity allows. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Showers are forecast throughout today, Tuesday 25/02/2020. The forecast remains unsettled through the week but with generally low rainfall totals. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. This message will be updated on Wednesday 26/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Feb 2020 09:01
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.11 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.45 m and gradually falling. Pumping to drain the moors will continue for as long as the river capacity allows. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. A band of rain is passing through the area this morning, Monday 24/02/2020. The forecast remains unsettled through the week but with generally low rainfall totals. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. This message will be updated on Tuesday 25/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Feb 2020 10:33
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.20 m and is falling slowly. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.6 m and gradually falling. Pumping to drain the moors will continue for as long as the river capacity allows. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. The forecast for Sunday and Monday is mixed but with generally low rainfall totals. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. This message will be updated on Monday 24/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Feb 2020 09:20
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.30 m and is stable as pumping operations at all the Parrett moors pumping stations continue. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.72 m and gradually falling. Pumping to drain the moors will continue for as long as the river capacity allows. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Today, Saturday 22/02/2020, is forecast to be largely dry following the rain last night until a further band of rain passes through the area overnight into Sunday. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. This message will be updated in the morning of Sunday, 23/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Feb 2020 10:43
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.34 m and is stable as pumping operations at all the Parrett moors pumping stations continue. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.83 m and is stable. Pumping to drain the moors will continue for as long as the river capacity allows. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Today, Friday 21/02/2020, is forecast to be largely dry with a band of rain passing through the area overnight into Saturday. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. This message will be updated in the morning of Saturday, 22/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Feb 2020 19:24
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.34 m and is rising gradually as pumping operations at all the Parrett moors pumping stations continue. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.86 m and is stable. Pumping to drain the moors will continue for as long as the river capacity allows. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Tonight and tomorrow, Friday, 21/02/2020 will be largely dry, however, further rain is forecast over the weekend, so please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. This message will be updated in the morning of Friday, 21/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Feb 2020 11:13
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.32 m and is rising as pumping operations at all the Parrett moors pumping stations continue. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.92 m and is stable. Pumping to drain the moors will continue for as long as the river capacity allows. Cutts Road and New Road are affected by the flood water. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. There is more rain forecast today and over the weekend, so please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days as catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. This message will be updated this afternoon, 20/02/2020, or earlier if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Feb 2020 19:44
River Tone, River Parrett
Catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. A further band of rain is forecast on Thursday morning, 20/02/2020. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.35 m and is falling slowly. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.94 m and is stable. We are currently unable to pump, however, we are closely monitoring river levels and have prepared pump equipment on site, so that we are ready to pump at Currymoor as soon as river levels allow. Our Field Teams continue to check flood defences. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Thursday morning, 20/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Feb 2020 10:19
River Tone, River Parrett
Showers are forecast throughout Wednesday, 19/02/2020. This is followed on Thursday morning by a further band of rain. Catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.40 m and is falling slowly. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.95 m and is stable. We are currently unable to pump, however, we are closely monitoring river levels and have prepared pump equipment on site, so that we are ready to pump at Currymoor as soon as river levels allow. Our Field Teams continue to check flood defences. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Wednesday afternoon, 19/02/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Feb 2020 23:04
River Tone, River Parrett
A largely dry night is forecast for Tuesday 18/02/20, into early Wednesday morning. A moderate band of showery rain is forecast later on Wednesday morning, into the afternoon. This is followed on Thursday morning by a further band of rain. Catchments remain saturated and rivers are very responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.42 m and is falling slowly. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.93 m and is stable. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor. We are closely monitoring river levels and have prepared pump equipment on site, so that we are ready to pump at Currymoor as soon as river levels and tide conditions allow. Our Field Teams continue to check flood defences. Please refer to @ TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of flood warning updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Wednesday morning, 19/02/20.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Feb 2020 12:58
River Tone, River Parrett
Scattered showers continue today, Tuesday 18/02/20, with heavier showers forecast this afternoon. Showers will ease on Wednesday morning, leaving a drier interlude, before a moderate band of rain arrives on Wednesday afternoon. Catchments remain saturated and rivers are responsive to further rain, bringing a continued risk to low lying land and roads. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bank-full at 7.48 m, and falling very slowly. Hookbridge Spillway is still running, slightly. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.90 m and is rising by 7 mm an hour. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor. We are checking river levels and preparing pump equipment, so we are ready to pump at Currymoor when river levels allow. Our Field Teams are checking flood defences. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware of flood alert updates in the coming days. This message will be updated on Tuesday evening, 18/02/20.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Feb 2020 22:12
River Tone, River Parrett
Scattered, blustery showers continue on Monday night, 17/02/20, through to Tuesday morning. Bands of heavier showers are forecast for Tuesday afternoon. Catchments are saturated and river levels in the area are high and responsive to further rain. The risk of flooding to low lying land and roads across the Somerset moors remains. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bank-full at 7.51 m and is stable. Hookbridge Spillway is running. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.80 m and is rising by approximately 10 mm an hour. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station when river levels allow. Our field teams continue to check debris screens and defences, and we are monitoring river levels closely. Please refer to @TravelSomerset for information on local road closures. Please stay aware in case further flood warnings are issued in the coming days. This message will be updated on Tuesday morning, 18/02/20.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Feb 2020 13:42
River Tone, River Parrett
Scattered blustery showers and strong winds continue on Monday through in to Tuesday. Catchments are saturated and river levels are currently very high. These conditions mean the risk of flooding to low lying land and roads across the Somerset moors remains. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bank-full at 7.52 m and is stable. Hookbridge Spillway is running. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.72 m and is rising by approximately 30 mm an hour. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station when river levels allow. Field teams continue to check debris screens and flood defences, and Incident staff are monitoring river levels closely. Please stay aware in case further flood warnings are issued in the coming days. This message will be updated on Monday evening 17/02/20.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Feb 2020 18:26
River Tone, River Parrett
Heavy rain from Storm Dennis cleared to the east of the region early on Sunday afternoon. Monday and Tuesday will see scattered blustery showers and continuing strong winds. Catchments are saturated and river levels are currently very high. These conditions mean the risk of flooding to low lying land and roads across the Somerset moors remains. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bank-full at 7.55 m and is stable. Hookbridge Spillway is running. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.36 m and is rising by approximately 26 mm an hour. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station when river levels allow. Field teams continue to check debris screens and flood defences, and Incident staff are monitoring river levels closely. Please be aware in case further flood warnings are issued. This message will be updated tomorrow, Monday 17/02/20, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Feb 2020 10:42
River Tone, River Parrett
Storm Dennis continues to impact the South West. Strong winds and further rainfall are forecast today, Sunday 16/02/2020, adding to the significant amount of rainfall that has already fallen. This will bring a risk of flooding to low lying land and roads across the Somerset levels. Catchments are saturated and all rivers are likely to respond to today's rainfall. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is bank-full at 7.54 m and is stable. Hookbridge Spillway is running. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.13 m and is rising by 26 mm an hour. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station when river levels allow. Field teams are out clearing debris screens and checking flood defences. Incident teams are monitoring river levels closely. Please be aware in case further flood warnings are issued this weekend. This message will be updated tomorrow, Monday 17/02/20, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Feb 2020 12:32
River Tone, River Parrett
Storm Dennis has started to impact the South West and is forecast to bring strong winds and a significant amount of rainfall over the weekend, particularly over high ground such as Exmoor and the Mendips. Catchments are saturated and all rivers are likely to respond to this rainfall. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is at 7.49 m and slowly rising by 20 mm per hour and remains just above Hookbridge Spillway level. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.58 m and is slowly rising. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station when river levels allow. Field teams are out clearing debris screens and checking flood defences. Incident teams are monitoring river levels and the coastal situation very closely. Please be aware in case further flood warnings are issued this weekend. This message will be updated tomorrow, Sunday, 16/02/20, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Feb 2020 13:40
River Tone, River Parrett
Following yesterday’s rain, the River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station remains just above Hookbridge Spillway and is currently stable. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.43 m AOD and is rising slowly. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. We will keep monitoring the level of the River Tone and will pump at Currymoor as soon as the river level allows. A continuous band of rain is forecast this afternoon and evening, Friday, 14/02/20. This will be closely followed by Storm Dennis on Saturday morning, bringing widespread heavy rain throughout Saturday and into Sunday. Our gangs are checking levels, flood defence banks and debris screens. Our incident response staff are monitoring the developing situation closely. This message will be updated tomorrow, Saturday, 15/02/20, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Feb 2020 16:18
River Tone, River Parrett
Following the heavy rain last night and this morning, the River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is just above Hookbridge Spillway and currently stable. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.94 m AOD and is stable. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. We will keep monitoring the level of the River Tone and will pump at Currymoor as soon as the river level allows. We are closely monitoring the situation with gangs on the ground. The forecast is generally dry for the rest of today, Thursday 13/02/20, and the morning of Friday. A small band of rain is forecast around Friday lunchtime, followed by drier weather. Storm Dennis is due to arrive on Saturday afternoon, bringing widespread heavy rain, continuing into Sunday. This message will be updated tomorrow, Friday, 14/02/20, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Jan 2020 19:00
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.25 m and is slowly falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.73 m and is slowly falling. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor, Saltmoor and Currymoor pumping stations. Sunday and Monday are forecast to be dry. We are constantly monitoring the river levels and will use this dry period to clear the moors of as much water as possible. This message will be updated on Monday morning


Flood Alert issued on 19 Jan 2020 11:07
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.23 m and is slowly falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.78 m and is slowly falling. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor, Saltmoor and Currymoor pumping stations. Sunday are forecast to be dry. We are constantly monitoring the river levels and will use this dry period to clear the moors of as much water as possible. This message will be updated on Sunday evening, 19/01/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Jan 2020 17:58
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.32 m and is slowly falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.88 m and is stable. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor, Saltmoor and Currymoor pumping stations. Saturday night and Sunday are forecast to be dry. We are constantly monitoring the river levels and will use this dry period to clear the moors of as much water as possible. This message will be updated on Sunday morning, 19/01/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Jan 2020 08:59
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.33 m and is slowly falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.94 m and is gradually rising. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor and Saltmoor pumping stations and we are hopeful that we will be able to begin pumping at Currymoor later on Saturday. The weekend is forecast to be dry. This message will be updated on Saturday evening.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Jan 2020 21:26
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.43 m and is slowly falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.90 m and is gradually rising. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor and Saltmoor pumping stations and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station as soon as river levels allow. The weekend is forecast to be dry. This message will be updated on Saturday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Jan 2020 10:08
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.49 m and has risen slightly overnight. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.79 m and is gradually rising. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor and Saltmoor pumping stations and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station as soon as river levels allow. Friday will be a mainly dry day however there may be the occasional shower. The weekend is forecast to be dry. This message will be updated on Friday evening.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Jan 2020 19:01
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.45 m and has risen today. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.56 m and is gradually rising. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor pumping station and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station as soon as river levels allow. Rainfall has generally passed out of the area and dry weather is expected Friday and through the weekend. This message will be updated on Friday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Jan 2020 11:43
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.42 m and has fallen over the last day. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.51 m and is gradually rising. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor pumping station and we will pump at Currymoor pumping station as soon as river levels allow. Further rainfall is forecast today 16/01/2020. Dry weather is expected Friday and through the weekend. This message will be updated on Thursday evening.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Jan 2020 12:02
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.53 m and is now stable after rising overnight. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.24 m and is gradually rising. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Today, Wednesday 15/01/2020, is forecast to be largely dry. Further rainfall is forecast on Thursday. This message will be updated on Thursday morning, or earlier if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Jan 2020 09:19
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station has risen overnight to above flood alert level this Wednesday morning. The river level is currently 7.495 m and is now stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. Dry weather is forecast for the rest of the day so the River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to fall as a result. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated later today, 15/01/20


Flood Alert issued on 10 Jan 2020 10:49
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is stabilising around 7.3m after rising by 50mm in response to the rainfall yesterday, Thursday 09/01/20. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.67m and stable. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are expected to fall slightly during this weekend with a good forecast for Friday 10/01/20 and 4mm of rainfall possible on Saturday. New Road remains closed but Cutts Road (East Lyng to Athelney) is now open. We are monitoring the situation frequently and this message will be updated on Saturday 11/01/20


Flood Alert issued on 9 Jan 2020 19:12
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is stabilising around 6.95m. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.83m and is falling by 5mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. A band of rainfall, heavy at times has been passing through the area this afternoon, 09/01/2020, and intermittent rainfall may continue throughout this Thursday evening. River levels are not expected to respond significantly to this rainfall. Levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will continue to remain steady or fall slightly during this weekend with predominantly dry weather forecast. Water is still lying on New Road, Cutts Road is flooded. Both roads are closed pending further highways inspections. This message will be updated on Friday 10/01/2020


Flood Alert issued on 8 Jan 2020 13:36
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is stabilising around 6.95m. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.83m and is falling by 5mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. A band of rain possibly heavy at times with up to 10mm of rainfall is forecast from late afternoon today 08/01/2020 and into the early hours of tomorrow morning. Rivers levels are not expected to respond significantly to this rainfall. Levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will continue to remain steady or fall slightly during this week. Water is still lying on New Road, Cutts Road is flooded. Both roads are closed pending further highways inspections. We are monitoring the situation frequently and this message will be updated on Thursday 09/01/2020 or unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 7 Jan 2020 14:55
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone at Currymoor pumping station is 6.8m with water levels falling steadily. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.96m and is falling by 6mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Though dry today Tuesday 07/01/2020 and into tomorrow a band of rainfall possibly heavy at times is forecast overnight Wednesday and into the early hours of Thursday morning 09/01/2020. Rivers are not likely to be affected by the forecast rainfall totals. Levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will continue to fall during this week. Water is still lying on New Road, Cutts Road is flooded. Both roads are closed pending further highways inspections. We are monitoring the situation frequently and this message will be updated on Wednesday 08/01/2020 or unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 6 Jan 2020 14:26
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone at Currymoor pumping station is 7.09m and while generally falling this level is reactive to states of the tide and the volume of water being pumped into the river. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.10m and is falling by 5mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Short bands of moderate rainfall are forecast for today Monday 06/01/2020 and on Wednesday 08/01/2020. Rivers are unlikely to be adversely affected by this rain with levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station continuing to fall over the next few days. Water is still lying on New Road, Cutts Road is flooded. Both roads are closed pending highways inspections. We are monitoring the situation frequently and this message will be updated on Tuesday 07/01/2020 or unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 6 Jan 2020 10:11
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone at Currymoor pumping station is 7.10m and while generally falling this level is reactive to states of the tide and the volume of water being pumped into the river. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.14m and is falling by 5mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Short bands of moderate rainfall are forecast for today Monday 06/01/2020 and on Wednesday 08/01/2020. Rivers are unlikely to be adversely affected by this rain with levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station continuing to fall over the next few days. New Road is now clear of flood water but Cutts Road remains closed due to the level of water remaining on Currymoor. We are monitoring the situation frequently and this message will be updated on Tuesday 07/01/2020 or unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Jan 2020 14:36
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.12m and while generally falling this level is reactive to states of the tide and the volume of water being pumped into the river. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.30m and is falling by 8mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The weather outlook is now settled with no appreciable rainfall forecast from today Sunday 05/01/2020 through to Wednesday 08/01/2020 when a band of moderate rainfall is forecast. Levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will continue to fall throughout the next 3 days. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed due to the high water levels on Currymoor. We are carefully monitoring the situation and this message will be updated on Monday 06/01/2020 unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 4 Jan 2020 09:39
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.24m and while generally falling this level is reactive to states of the tide and the volume of water being pumped into the river. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.51m and is falling by 7mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The weather outlook is now settled with no appreciable rainfall forecast from today Saturday 04/01/2020 through to Wednesday 08/01/2020. Levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will continue to fall throughout the next 5 days. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed due to the high water levels on Currymoor. We are carefully monitoring the situation and this message will be updated on Sunday 05/01/2020 unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 3 Jan 2020 10:36
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.26m and while generally falling this level is reactive to states of the tide and the volume of water being pumped into the river. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.66m and is falling by 8mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. After slight overnight rainfall the weather outlook is now settled with no appreciable rainfall forecast from today Friday 03/01/2020 through to Tuesday 07/01/2020. Levels on the Rivers Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will continue to fall throughout the next 5 days. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed due to the high water levels on Currymoor. We are carefully monitoring the situation and this message will be updated on Saturday 04/01/2020 unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 2 Jan 2020 11:35
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.2m and while generally falling this level is reactive to states of the tide and the volume of water being pumped into the river. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.83m and is falling by 10mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The weather continues to be settled with slight overnight rainfall forecast for tonight and early tomorrow however, levels on the River Tone at Currymoor and the Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will continue to fall throughout the coming weekend. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed due to the high water levels on Currymoor. We are carefully monitoring the situation and this message will be updated on Friday 03/01/2020 unless the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Jan 2020 10:58
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.26m and has started to rise due to the current high tide but is expected to be stable or fall again. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.96m and is falling by 10mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The weather continues to be settled with no significant rainfall forecast for today or towards the weekend. River levels on the River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station will remain high but will continue to slowly fall as a result of the dry weather. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed due to the high water levels on Currymoor. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and this message will be updated on Thursday 02/01/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 31 Dec 2019 11:57
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.29m and is stable. Water has stopped entering Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.10m and is falling by approximately 10mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations and additional pumps have been deployed at Currymoor to increase capacity. The weather continues to be settled with no significant rainfall forecast for today or Wednesday. River levels on the River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station remain high but will continue to slowly fall as a result of the dry weather. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed due to the high water levels on Currymoor. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and this message will be updated on Wednesday 01/01/2020.


Flood Alert issued on 30 Dec 2019 09:40
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.17m and is slowly falling. Water has stopped entering Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.30m and is falling by approximately 10mm per hour. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations and additional pumps have been deployed at Currymoor to increase capacity. Further mainly dry weather is forecast for today and Tuesday and river levels on the River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are forecast to continue to fall as a result. However both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed due to the high water levels on Currymoor. We will continue to closely monitoring the situation and this message will be updated on Tuesday 31/12/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 29 Dec 2019 11:07
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.34m and is falling slowly. Water has stopped entering Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.49m. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Pumping at Currymoor station will commence when levels in the River Tone allow. The river levels on the River Tone at Currymoor and River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station remain high. However, dry weather is forecast over the next few days and it is hoped both rivers will continue to fall. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed but the A361 is open. This message will be updated on Monday 30/12/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 28 Dec 2019 09:57
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.503m and is falling slowly. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.505m. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Pumping at Currymoor station will commence when levels in the River Tone allow. The river levels on the River Tone at Currymoor and River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station remain high. However, dry weather is forecast over the weekend and it is hoped both rivers will begin to fall. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed but the A361 is open. This message will be updated on 29/12/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Dec 2019 15:50
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.53m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.36m and is rising by approximately 20mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Pumping at Currymoor station will commence when levels in the River Tone allow. The river levels on the River Tone at Currymoor and River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station remain high. However, dry weather is forecast for Friday and over the weekend and it is hoped both rivers will begin to fall. Both New Road and Cutts Road remain closed but the A361 is open. This message will be updated on 28/12/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Dec 2019 12:24
River Tone, River Parrett
Intermittent Rainfall is expected for the remainder of Boxing Day, 26/12/19, turning more persistent and heavy this evening and overnight into Friday morning 27/12/19. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.15m and is falling slowly but is expected to rise again in response to rainfall. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain at Currymoor pumping station is 7.26m and is falling slowly. Athelney spillway is still running very slightly. We do not expect any impacts to the A361 at this time. We have two automatic pumps running at Currymoor Pumping Station, as well as all pumps running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The two Currymoor pumps will run while river Tone levels allow, to avoid water spilling back into the Moor. We are closely monitoring levels in the Tone and Currymoor.This message will be updated on Friday morning, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 25 Dec 2019 19:47
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.30m and is falling slowly. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain at Currymoor pumping station is 7.34m and is falling slowly. Athelney spillway is still running very slightly. We do not expect any impacts to the A361, as levels are now falling. We have two automatic pumps running at Currymoor Pumping Station, as well as all pumps running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The two Currymoor pumps will run while river Tone levels allow, to avoid water spilling back into the Moor. We are closely monitoring levels in the Tone and Currymoor. The remainder of Christmas Day, 25/12/19, will be dry. A band of rain is forecast tomorrow morning, Thursday. Further rain showers, perhaps becoming heavy and persistent, are possible during Thursday and into Friday morning. This message will be updated on Thursday morning, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 25 Dec 2019 07:41
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.33m and is steady. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain at Currymoor pumping station is 7.41m and is falling slowly. Athelney spillway is still running very slightly. We do not expect any impacts to the A361, as levels are now falling. We have two automatic pumps running at Currymoor Pumping Station, as well as all pumps running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The two Currymoor pumps will run while river Tone levels allow, to avoid water spilling back into the Moor. We are closely monitoring levels in the Tone and Currymoor. The forecast is for a dry day today, Christmas Day, 25/12/19. A band of rain is forecast tomorrow morning, Thursday. Further rain showers, perhaps becoming heavy and persistent, are possible during Thursday and into Friday morning. This message will be updated this evening of Wednesday, 25/12/19, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Dec 2019 19:09
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.32m and is steady. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain at Currymoor pumping station is 7.45 and is falling slowly. Athelney spillway is still running very slightly. We do not expect any impacts to the A361, as levels are now falling. We now have two automatic pumps running at Currymoor Pumping Station, and all pumps are running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The two Currymoor pumps will run while river Tone levels allow. We are closely monitoring levels in the Tone and Currymoor. Earlier rain showers today, Tuesday, 24/12/19, have now passed, leaving a dry night tonight and a dry day tomorrow, Christmas Day, Wednesday. Some further rain is forecast for Boxing Day, Thursday. Please refer to Somerset Highways for information on road closures: @TravelSomerset. This message will be updated tomorrow, Wednesday, 25/12/19, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Dec 2019 11:32
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone at Currymoor pumping station is 7.35m and is falling slowly. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain at Currymoor pumping station is 7.49m and is steady. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Athelney spillway is still running very slowly. We do not expect any impacts to the A361. We have all pumps running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Tuesday will see the occasional shower, Christmas Day (Wednesday) will be a dry day and there is a light band of rain forecast for Thursday. We are closely monitoring the river Tone level and will start pumping at Currymoor as soon as the river drops enough to avoid it spilling back into the Moor via Hookbridge spillway. This message will be updated this evening or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Dec 2019 22:41
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone at Currymoor pumping station is 7.44m and is falling at about 10 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain at Currymoor pumping station is 7.51m and steady. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Athelney spillway is running very slowly. We have all pumps running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. A small band of rain is forecast overnight followed by showers tomorrow morning, Tuesday 24/12/19. We are closely monitoring the river Tone level and will start pumping at Currymoor as soon as the river drops enough to avoid it spilling back into the Moor. This message will be updated tomorrow morning, Tuesday, 24/12/19, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Dec 2019 11:54
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.49 m and is falling very slowly. Water will enter Currymoor via Hookbridge spillway while this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.51 m and is rising by approximately 8 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Athelney spillway is still running very slowly. We have all pumps running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. We will monitor the level of the River Tone and start pumping at Currymoor as soon as we can. There is less rain forecast in the next few days and we will get pumps on as we can. Please refer to Somerset Highways for information on current road closures in the area: @TravelSomerset. This message will be updated on Monday evening, (23,12,19), or if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Dec 2019 18:10
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.51 m and is steady. Water will enter Currymoor via Hookbridge spillway while this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.43 m and is rising by approximately 10 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Athelney spillway started to run very slowly this morning (Sunday 22/12/19). We have all pumps running at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. We will monitor the level of the River Tone and start pumping at Currymoor as soon as we can. There is less rain forecast in the next few days and we will get pumps on as soon as river levels allow. Please refer to Somerset Highways for information on current road closures in the area: @TravelSomerset. This message will be updated tomorrow morning, Monday, 23/12/19, or if the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 22 Dec 2019 10:40
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.52 m and is steady. Water will enter Currymoor via Hookbridge spillway while this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.36 m and is rising by approximately 10 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and we have all pumps running at Northmoor pumping station. We will monitor the level of the River Tone and start pumping at Currymoor as soon as we can. There is less rain forecast in the next few days and we will get pumps on as soon as we can. Please refer to Somerset Highways for information on current road closures: @TravelSomerset. This message will be updated later this evening, 22/12/19, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 21 Dec 2019 12:41
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is still high but beginning to fall very gradually. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.1 m and rising by about 10 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping continues at Saltmoor and we have all pumps running at Northmoor pumping stations. We will keep monitoring the level of the River Tone with gangs on the ground, and we will start pumping at Currymoor pumping station as soon as the river level allows us to. We are closely monitoring the situation with gangs on the ground. Further rain is forecast later today, Saturday, 21/12/2019. Please refer to Somerset Highways for information on current road closures: @TravelSomerset. This message will be updated tomorrow morning, Sunday, 22/12/19, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Dec 2019 12:49
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is high but stable following recent rainfall. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.62 m and is forecast to continue rising today. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations, however pumping is currently not possible at Currymoor pumping station because the River Tone level is too high. We are closely monitoring the situation and will start pumping at Currymoor as soon as water levels allow us to. Further showers are forecast today 20/12/2019. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are forecast to rise as a result. Please refer to Somerset Highways for information on current road closures: @TravelSomerset This message will be updated tomorrow morning 21/12/19 or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 20 Dec 2019 09:35
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.55 m, it is forecast to remain high throughout today and into Saturday 20/12/2019. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 6.48 m and is forecast to continue rising today. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. We are closely monitoring the situation and will start pumping at Curry Moor as soon as water levels allow us to. Further showers are forecast today. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are forecast to rise as a result. This message will be updated tomorrow morning 21/12/19 or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 19 Dec 2019 15:55
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.52 m and is rising, it is forecast to remain high this evening and overnight. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.74 m and is rising, it is forecast to continue to rise further this evening and overnight. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Wet weather is forecast for throughout Thursday afternoon and evening. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are forecast to rise as a result. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated tomorrow morning 20/12/19 or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 18 Dec 2019 17:09
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.29 m and is falling however, it is forecast to rise again quickly this evening and overnight. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.40 m and is falling however, it is forecast to rise again quickly this evening and overnight. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor, Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Wet weather is forecast for Wednesday evening and into Thursday. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are forecast to rise as a result. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated Thursday morning 19/12/19 or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Dec 2019 10:53
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.30 m and is falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.61 m and is rising. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. A generally dry day is forecast for Tuesday, which should allow river levels to slowly reduce, however further persistent and heavy rain is forecast from Wednesday afternoon, which may push river levels higher. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall on Wednesday. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall on Wednesday. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated Wednesday morning 18/12/19.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Dec 2019 10:10
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.48 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.51 m and is rising. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. A generally dry day is forecast for Monday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall later this week. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall later this week. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated Tuesday morning 17/12/19.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Dec 2019 19:35
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.46 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.41 m and is rising. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Generally dry conditions with some isolated showers are forecast for Sunday night into Monday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable as a result but may respond to further rainfall. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated Monday morning 16/12/19.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Dec 2019 12:29
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.48 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.31 m and is rising. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Generally dry conditions with some isolated showers are forecast for Sunday and Monday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable as a result but may respond to further rainfall. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated Sunday evening 15/12/19.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Dec 2019 21:46
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.44 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.14 m and is rising. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Further showers are forecast overnight on Saturday through Sunday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable as a result but may respond to further rainfall. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated Sunday morning 15/12/19.


Flood Alert issued on 14 Dec 2019 11:25
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.43 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.05 m and is rising. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Further showers are forecast for Saturday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable but may respond to further rainfall. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable as a result but may respond to further rainfall. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated this evening 14/12/19.


Flood Alert issued on 13 Dec 2019 11:04
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.45 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.68 m and is rising. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Dry weather with the chance of occasional showers is forecast for Friday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable as a result but may respond to further rainfall over the weekend. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable as a result but may respond to further rainfall over the weekend. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated this afternoon, the 13/12/19.


Flood Alert issued on 28 Nov 2019 15:46
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.31 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.40 m and is falling by approximately 25 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Currymoor and Northmoor pumping stations. Further showers are forecast for this evening with a largely dry day on Friday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is forecast to remain stable. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated on Friday, 29/11/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Nov 2019 17:58
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.36 m and is stable, with levels fluctuating with each high tide. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.46 m and is also stable. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Further showers are forecast overnight on Wednesday into Thursday. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are both forecast to remain high but stable. We are monitoring the situation closely. This message will be updated on Thursday morning, 28/11/2019, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Nov 2019 08:57
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.46 m and is stable, with levels fluctuating on each tide. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.44 m and is also stable. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Further showers are forecast for Wednesday. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are both forecast to remain stable today. We are monitoring the situation closely. This message will be updated on Wednesday evening, 27/11/2019, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Nov 2019 19:31
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.44 m and is currently rising by approximately 100 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.43 m and is stable. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Bands of heavy rain and strong winds will cross the region on Tuesday night and on Wednesday. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are forecast to rise in response. We are monitoring the situation closely. This message will be updated on Wednesday morning, 27/11/2019, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 26 Nov 2019 09:37
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.43 m and is falling by approximately 20 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.42 m and is stable. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Patchy frontal rain will move across the region this morning, followed by locally heavy showers. Further bands of heavy rain and strong winds will cross the region later on Tuesday and on Wednesday. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are forecast to fall slowly during the daylight hours on Tuesday. We are monitoring the situation closely. This message will be updated on Tuesday evening, 26/11/2019, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 25 Nov 2019 18:57
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.44 m and is rising by approximately 85 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.35 m and is stable. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Monday night is forecast to be largely dry with some showers, followed by a band of rain early on Tuesday morning, 26/11/2019. The River Tone at Currymoor pumping station is forecast to rise as a result. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is also forecast to rise. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated on Tuesday morning, 26/11/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 25 Nov 2019 11:52
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.26 m and is falling by approximately 12 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is stable. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Pumping is taking place at Northmoor pumping station. Showers are forecast for Monday, 25/11/2019. The River Tone at Currymoor is currently just below flood alert threshold, but it is forecast to rise later today. This flood alert remains in force due to this forecast, and conditions within the catchment. The River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is also forecast to rise later as a result of today's rain. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated on Monday evening, 25/11/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Nov 2019 19:25
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.47 m and is falling very slowly by approximately 6 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.32 m and is rising by approximately 6 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. A spell of rainfall is forecast tonight, Sunday 24/11/2019, with showers following on Monday. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are expected to remain high but stable during this period. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated on Monday morning, 25/11/2019, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Nov 2019 10:21
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.50 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.26 m and is rising by approximately 8 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Largely dry weather is forecast for the daylight hours on Sunday, 24/11/2019. Sunday evening will see the start of further overnight rainfall however. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are both expected to fall slowly today as a result, but may respond later to the forecast rain. We are monitoring this situation closely and this message will be updated on Sunday evening, 24/11/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 24 Nov 2019 09:31
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.50 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.26 m and is rising by approximately 8 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Dry weather is forecast for Sunday, 24/11/2019. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are both expected to fall slowly today as a result. We are monitoring this situation closely and this message will be updated on Sunday evening, 24/11/2019.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Nov 2019 18:17
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.54 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.06 m and is rising by approximately 18 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Saturday evening and night are forecast to be largely dry, although rivers are still responding to the rainfall of the last 24 hours. The River Tone at Currymoor and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station are both forecast to remain stable as a result. We are closely monitoring the situation. This message will be updated on Sunday morning, 24/11/2019, or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 23 Nov 2019 07:06
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.52 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.88 m and is rising by approximately 10 mm per hour. There is a risk of water overtopping Haymoor flood storage area and affecting Curload and Stan Moor if this level reaches 8.30 m. Unsettled weather is forecast for Saturday, 23/11/2019, however the River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to remain stable, and the River Parrett at Langport Westover pumping station is also forecast to remain stable. We are monitoring the situation closely and will update this message on Saturday afternoon or as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 12 Apr 2018 14:02
River Tone, River Parrett
Following the recent sustained rainfall the forecast for the next 5 days is for generally drier conditions. Localised showers are possible with a band of rainfall overnight Saturday and into Sunday morning being forecast. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.4 m and is falling slowly yet steadily. Water enters Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.33 m and is expected to peak early this afternoon. Flooding can affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. The risk to property flooding is very low with the present 5 day weather forecast. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations and will begin immediately at Currymoor pumping station when there is spare capacity in the River Tone.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Apr 2018 22:05
River Tone, River Parrett
The rainfall has passed out of the area and the current forecast has improved with minimal rainfall expected on Thursday and a reduced and less significant rainfall on Friday. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.51 m and is slowly falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is low at 5.23 m and is rising by approximately 20 mm per hour. The flooding of Cuts Road and New Road is currently not expected. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is low at 3.15 m. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m but this level is not expected to be reached. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations and will commence at Currymoor when river levels allow. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to fall.


Flood Alert issued on 11 Apr 2018 10:36
River Tone, River Parrett
The rainfall has generally passed out of the area. Further showers, heavy at times, are possible overnight on Thursday and into Friday morning. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.46 m and is rising by approximately 15 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is low at 4.97 m and is rising by approximately 30 mm per hour. The flooding of Cuts Road and New Road is currently not expected. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is low at 3.18 m and is rising by approximately 30 mm per hour. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m but this level is not expected to be reached. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations and will commence at Currymoor when river levels allow. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to rise during Wednesday morning.


Flood Alert issued on 10 Apr 2018 16:31
River Tone, River Parrett
The rain has moved out of the area and drier weather is forecast although there may be some further showers during Tuesday evening. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.41 m and is rising by approximately 20 mm per hour. The forecast is for the water level to reach or just exceed the Flood Alert criteria. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.52 m and is rising by approximately 70 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.22 m and is stable. Pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to fall soon after the level has reached the Flood Alert criteria.


Flood Alert issued on 3 Apr 2018 14:58
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.43 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.63 m and is rising by approximately 6 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.18 m and is stable. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Scattered light showers are forecast for today 03/04/2018. Heavy showers are forecast on Wednesday from early morning onwards. The River Tone at Currymoor is not forecast to show significant further rise in response to this rainfall.


Flood Alert issued on 2 Apr 2018 14:26
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.51 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.44 m and is rising by approximately 25 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.33 m and is stable. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Monday 02/04/2018 will be largely dry, however showers are forecast this evening and overnight into Tuesday morning. The River Tone at Currymoor is not forecast to show significant further rise in response to this rainfall.


Flood Alert issued on 1 Apr 2018 12:56
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.41 m and is stable. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.24 m and is rising by approximately 6 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.15 m and is falling by approximately 12 mm per hour. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Heavy, persistent and widespread rainfall is forecast from 4:00 pm on 01/04/2018, overnight and into Monday 02/04/2018. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to rise as a result.


Flood Alert issued on 31 Mar 2018 02:54
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.45 m and is rising by approximately 15 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.86 m and is rising by approximately 115 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.48 m and is rising by approximately 40 mm per hour. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Unsettled but largely dry weather is forecast for Saturday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to fall as a result.


Flood Alert issued on 17 Mar 2018 11:24
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.36 m and is falling by approximately 12 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.75 m and is stable. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m, Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.24 m and is stable. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. River levels remain high, following rainfall over the past few days. Wintery snow showers are forecast for the weekend, with melting snow likely to maintain high river levels on Monday and Tuesday.


Flood Alert issued on 16 Mar 2018 11:12
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.5 m and is rising by approximately 30 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.65 m and is falling by approximately 16 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m, Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.22 m and is falling by approximately 16 mm per hour. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Further heavy showers are forecast for Friday, but low totals and limited river response is expected.


Flood Alert issued on 15 Mar 2018 08:45
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.45 m. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The over night rain has passed, dry weather is expected through today, Thursday 15/03/18, but a second band of heavy rain is forecast this evening and over night. The catchments are already saturated so further rainfall will cause the rivers to react.


Flood Alert issued on 6 Mar 2018 14:35
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone alongside Currymoor remains bank full and continues to flow over Hookbridge Spillway, although the peak has passed through the Currymoor area. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.49 m and is falling by approximately 6 mm per hour. Water enters Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.58 m and is rising by approximately 5 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Currently pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. We are unable to pump at Curry Moor pumping station until the rivers levels fall sufficiently. Very low rainfall, of 0 to 3 mm, is forecast over the next 24 hours.


Flood Alert issued on 5 Mar 2018 15:53
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone remains bank full following the overnight rain and snow melt. The level of the River Tone at Currymoor pumping station is 7.50 m and is currently stable. Water enters Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway if this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 5.24 m and is rising gradually by approximately 7 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. Currently pumping is taking place at Saltmoor and Northmoor pumping stations. We are unable to pump at Curry Moor pumping station until the rivers levels fall sufficiently. Low rainfall totals of up to 5 mm are currently forecast throughout this afternoon and evening in the Tone catchment.


Flood Alert issued on 4 Mar 2018 21:43
River Tone, River Parrett
High river levels and bankfull conditions are expected throughout the catchment. The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.45m. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The river levels have responded to snow melt. The Environment Agency are monitoring the river levels


Flood Alert issued on 5 Jan 2018 16:01
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.1 m and falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.1 m and also falling due to us pumping it out. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.16 m and has been pumped down, close to its desired winter pen level. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Showers will continue on Friday evening and Saturday, with generally dry days forecast on Sunday and Monday. We shall update this alert as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 4 Jan 2018 11:06
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.3 m and falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.1 m and also falling due to us pumping it out. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.1 m and has been pumped down, close to its desired winter pen level. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Further spells of rain and showers are forecast for the next couple of days. We shall update this alert as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 3 Jan 2018 18:12
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.2 m and falling. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.2 m and also falling due to us pumping it out. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.2 m and has been pumped down, close to its desired winter pen level. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Further spells of rain and showers are forecast for the next couple of days. We shall update this alert as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 3 Jan 2018 08:26
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.53 m and rising (but has peaked upstream of Taunton). Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.11 m and is rising by approximately 15 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.26 m and is rising by approximately 10 mm per hour. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Pumping is suspended due to the high river levels. Further spells of rain and showers are forecast for the next couple of days. We shall update this alert as the situation changes.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Dec 2017 18:58
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.41 m and is falling by approximately 4 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.92 m and is rising by approximately 5 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.166 m and is falling. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Largely dry weather is forecast for the rest of Wednesday and Thursday before further rain on Friday.


Flood Alert issued on 27 Dec 2017 13:54
River Tone, River Parrett
The River Tone level at Currymoor pumping station is 7.43 m and is rising by approximately 6 mm per hour. Water will enter Currymoor reservoir via Hookbridge spillway whilst this level exceeds 7.45 m. The drain level at Currymoor pumping station is 4.87 m and is rising by approximately 5 mm per hour. Flooding will affect Cuts Road if this level exceeds 5.75 m and New Road in Currymoor if this level exceeds 6.18 m. Property flooding is possible if this level exceeds 6.60 m. Water will spill over Athelney spillway, across the A361 and into Saltmoor and Northmoor if this level exceeds 7.10 m. The drain level at Northmoor pumping station is 3.105 m and is falling. There is a risk of flooding to property and roads in Northmoor if this level exceeds 4.20 m. Largely dry weather is forecast for the rest of Wednesday. The River Tone at Currymoor is forecast to continue gradually rising in response to the earlier rainfall.