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January 2017 Hydrological Outlook is published

Jan 13, 2017

 

River flows across the majority of the UK are likely to be normal to below normal in January and over the first three months of the year.  This signal is particularly strong in most of southern and eastern England, where below normal flows are more likely than those in the normal range for both timeframes.  The groundwater outlook for the Chalk of southern England for both January and January-March is for below normal levels.  In January, for other aquifers and regions of the UK the outlook shows substantial regional variability.  The three-month outlook is for above normal groundwater levels in southern Scotland and normal to below normal levels further south.

 

Read the full Outlook here



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