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February's Hydrological Outlook has been published!

Feb 12, 2016

 

SUMMARY

The outlook for February is for normal to above normal river flows and groundwater levels over the next one to three months for the majority of the UK, whilst parts of eastern and central England are likely to be normal. This spatial distribution reflects the rainfall patterns across the UK during January and early February. Groundwater levels in parts of the southern Chalk are likely to be notably high for the next one to three months, and exceptionally high levels in the Permo-Triassic sandstone of northern England and southern Scotland are likely to persist over the next three to six months. Meteorological projections indicate an equal probability of above and below-average precipitation.

The full Outlook can be found here.



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