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Angarrack Screen Webcam
 
 
 
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The Environment Agency have installed a webcam overlooking Angarrack Trash Screen. This camera monitors the water level, and build-up of debris over the trash screen. For more information on the Environment Agency please visit www.environment-agency.gov.uk or to email us regarding this web page please contact telemetry.support@environment-agency.gov.uk

Cam 1: Shows the state of the Trash screen.
Click Here for archived pictures
Note: This information is intended to be used as a guide to water levels at Angarrack. Technical difficulties and downtime may result in occasional inaccurate images and readings. The Environment Agency takes no responsibility for the interpretation and usage of this information by the public.

 

20th March 18 - screencam broken waiting part..

The EA tells us "with our Telemetry team to be repaired, and they say its in progress awaiting a part, but to re-assure you the high water level telemetry and alarms are all functioning normally and being monitored"

January 2018

Highest levels seen - possibly ever?

January 15 2018 Angarrack River Level

 

3 Jan 2016 09:30 peaked - photo at 10am

30 peaked - photo at 10am

Festive period 2015-16 | Angarrack Gauge

Festive period 2015-16 | Angarrack Gauge

December 2015 Angarrack gauge levels

December 2015 Angarrack gauge

Bit more rain levels

Angarrack levels Sat 7 Nov 2015

Heavy rain overnight, stream level risen quite a bit, quite a lot of weed in river

Angarrack gauge 151107

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