River levels that are higher than normal. This does not replace the Environment Agency flood warning service or mean that flood warnings will be issued
Water levels are currently within the usual range of recorded levels throughout the year
Water levels are below the usual range of recorded levels throughout the year
Data has not been provided (e.g. the data feed is broken) or when the data is outside of range that can be displayed on the graph
Learn more about Environment Agency River Levels at http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/river-and-sea-levels/
Severe flooding, danger to life
Flooding is expected, immediate action required
Flooding is possible, be prepared
Flood warnings and flood alerts that have been removed in the last 24 hours
Learn more about Environment Agency Flood Warnings at http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/flood/
The chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is greater than once every 30 years ( >3.3% )
The chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is between once every 100 and 30 years ( 1 - 3.3% )
The chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is between once every 1000 and 100 years ( 0.1 - 1% )
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NOTE: These routes are recommended for local access only with limited through route. NOT for vehicles exceeding 3.5 tonnes. These suggested routes DO NOT neccessarily bypass other potentially flooded locations in the area.
The colors indicate the speed of traffic on the road.
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Four years on from the Boxing Day floods
As we prepare to mark the fourth anniversary of Storm Eva, it’s a time to reflect on the huge progress which has been made to protect the Calder Valley from future flooding. Here are some of the highlights.
If you spot a potential hazard, you can report it to the appropriate authority using the links on this page.
If you believe there is real and imminent risk to your life ring 999 immediately.