River levels

The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency provides an almost real-time feed of river levels through their network of gauging stations and their website.  These are the rivers local to us and the gauges give an initial indication of what the river is doing.  At the time of writing they are all pretty low as there has not been much rain for weeks and the snow has mostly melted.

Tay at Ballathie (56º 31′ 8.0″ N 3º 22′ 57.0″ W)
http://www.sepa.org.uk/water/river_levels/river_level_data.aspx?sd=t&lc=14937

Isla at Wester Cardean (56º 36′ 23.6″ N 3º 8′ 52.4″ W)
http://www.sepa.org.uk/water/river_levels/river_level_data.aspx?sd=t&lc=14944

Dean Water at Dean Bridge (56º 35′ 56.9″ N 3º 9′ 43.8″ W)
http://www.sepa.org.uk/water/river_levels/river_level_data.aspx?sd=t&lc=14946

Isla at Balbrogie (56º 34′ 16.7″ N 3º 14′ 23.3″ W)
http://www.sepa.org.uk/water/river_levels/river_level_data.aspx?sd=t&lc=14947

South Esk at Gella Bridge (56º 46′ 30.1″ N 3º 1′ 35.3″ W)
http://www.sepa.org.uk/water/river_levels/river_level_data.aspx?sd=t&lc=14916

Prosen Water at Prosen Bridge (56º 42′ 55.6″ N 2º 59′ 18.3″ W)
http://www.sepa.org.uk/water/river_levels/river_level_data.aspx?sd=t&lc=14915

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