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Cocker at Scalehill Upper Lorton Valley

Current River Level: 0.533m, falling

Within the usual range for this location

Current level recorded at 3:00pm, Friday 2nd December GMT

Change from previous measurement: -0.002m

 

The normal level of the Cocker at Scalehill Upper Lorton Valley in average weather conditions is between 0.40m and 0.59m. It has been between these levels for at least 158 days in the past year.

The usual range of the Cocker at Scalehill Upper Lorton Valley in more extreme weather conditions is between 0.31m and 0.97m. It has been between these levels for 90% of the time since monitoring began.

The most recent high is 2.27m, reached on Saturday 23rd June 2012 at 5:15am.

The highest level ever recorded at the Cocker at Scalehill Upper Lorton Valley is 3.54m, recorded on Friday 20th November 2009 at 4:00am.

  • Monitoring Station: Scalehill Upper Lorton Valley
  • Watercourse: Cocker
  • Catchment Area: Derwent West Cumbria and Duddon
  • Region: North West
  • Nearest Town/Village: Buttermere
  • Local Authority: Allerdale Borough Council
  • County: Cumbria

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Nearby Flood Warning Locations

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No Warning

Recent warnings no longer in force.

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No Warning

Recent warnings no longer in force.

River Cocker at Cockermouth, The Old Courthouse and Market Place Area
No Warning

Recent warnings no longer in force.

Past Week

Long Term

Darker blue shaded areas on long term data indicate maximum and minimum levels for the date (you may need to zoom in closer to see them).

Long term data may have gaps where the API data was not available.

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