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PostSubject: Monthly Water report for June - Ground Water levels still high   Monthly Water report for June - Ground Water levels still high EmptyThu Jul 10, 2014 8:36 pm

From the EA:

Summary for June 2014
June rainfall was below average across England at 78% of the long term average.

Rainfall totals were lower than normal for the time of year in the northwest, east and far southeast of England but elsewhere they were normal. Consequently, soil moisture deficits (SMDs) increased across the whole country.

Monthly mean river flows for June were normal or higher for the time of year at all but two indicator sites across England. Groundwater levels decreased at most of our indicator sites during June, but remain normal or higher for the time of year at all sites.

Overall reservoir stocks decreased during June, with storage in England as a whole at 90% of total capacity at the end of the month.

Full report is Here



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PostSubject: Re: Monthly Water report for June - Ground Water levels still high   Monthly Water report for June - Ground Water levels still high EmptyThu Jul 10, 2014 8:39 pm

Interesting report as shows the groundwater levels normal or high for the time of year which is in contrast to previous years. What this means in essence is that that rivers will respond to any persistent rainfall and come up relatively quickly. If the levels stay high then I think we have an increased risk of winter flooding again.

Crazy to think that just over 2-years ago we were in the middle of a drought

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