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Ribble at Samlesbury

Current River Level: 1.52m, falling

Within normal levels for this location

Current level recorded at 15:00, Tuesday 27th January GMT

Change from previous measurement: -0.04m

Historical Data | Comments
Disclaimer: This data is presented for information purposes only. Local knowledge is needed to interpret the relevance of high or low water levels. River levels above normal are not necessarily an indication of potential flooding. For flood warnings and alerts, please refer to the Environment Agency.
Location info
  • Region: North West
  • Section: North
  • Catchment Area: Ribble Douglas and Crossens
  • Watercourse: Ribble
  • Monitoring Station: Samlesbury

  • Nearest Town/Village: Samlesbury
  • Local Authority: Preston City Council
  • County: Lancashire

  • Typical High: 4.25m
  • Typical low: 1.14m

  • Recent High: 5.97m
  • Highest Ever: 6.38m

Location map may not be precise. Coordinates are, where possible, those supplied by the Environment Agency but may be interpolated or estimated.

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Other monitoring locations on the Ribble: Locks Weir  Penny Bridge  Gisburn  Low Moor  Henthorn  New Jumbles Rock  Ribchester School  Walton-Le-Dale

Other nearby monitoring locations: Darwen, Blue Bridge

Level Graphs

Horizontal dashed lines show the typical range for this location. Long-term graphs have three level lines, showing the maximum, average and minimum levels for that measuring period.

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