Persistant rainfall across West Yorkshire as a result of Storm Christoph has led to the Environment Agency issuing a Flood Alert for the River Aire including Holbeck, Hunslet and Stourton. The River Aire was measured at 0.98m in Leeds City Centre at 11:30am this morning (19 January 2021), up from
River levels remain very high this morning, Sunday 23 February 2020. The level at Crown Point fell steadily yesterday from a peak of 1.66m at 5:30am on Saturday, to 1.29m at 12:30am this morning. But since then it has been rising again and stood at 1.59 at 7:30am today, Sunday.
Once again we have a Flood Alert in place for the River Aire Middle Catchment, which includes Holbeck, Hunslet and Stourton, this morning (Saturday 22 February 2020). The main problems appear to be at Otley on the River Wharf and downstream at Allerton Bywater, but residents are warned to remain
A Flood Alert remains in place for the River Aire this morning (Sunday 16 February 2020) after the river level rose to 1.70m at 5:15am this morning at Crown Point. By 9:15am the level had fallen to 1.43m after the weir was lowered. The Environment Agency updated its Flood Alert
As Storm Ciara lashes northern England, the Environment Agency issued a Flood Warning for the River Aire at Knowsthorpe, Thwaite Gate and Stourton in South Leeds: Flooding is expected – immediate action required River levels have risen as a result of persistent rainfall overnight and this morning, 09/02/20, due to
With heavy rain overnight, expected to last until midnight Thursday (7 November 2019), the Environment Agency has issued a flood alert for the Middle Aire Catchment which includes Holbeck, Hunslet and Stourton: Flooding is possible – be prepared River levels are rising steadily in response to persistent rainfall. Consequently, flooding