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October 2017 Hydrological Outlook published

Oct 10, 2017

 

 

River flows are likely to be normal to above normal across most of the UK during October, with above normal flows most likely in the north-west of the UK. Only in parts of south-east England are flows likely to be normal to below normal in October, and in this area flows are likely to remain in this range for the next three months. Elsewhere there is considerable uncertainty concerning river flows over the next three months. Groundwater levels are likely to be normal during October with the exception of parts of south-east England, in which below normal levels are most likely, and in southern Scotland, where above normal levels are likely to continue in October.

Read the full Outlook here.



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