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  • Updated 14 days ago

    Watsit (water situation) report

    Yorkshire Water
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Rain gauge rainfall data

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset shows rainfall data from 6 rain gauges located at various locations across the city. Please note The siting of the gauges is not to Met Office standards (e.g.. maybe too close to a wall), which may not give an entirely accurate reflection of rainfall. The exact location of these gauges is not released. Measurements are in millilitres. It is recognised that there are inconsistencies in the data in respect of site readi...
  • Updated 6 months ago

    Environment Agency rainfall

    Environment Agency
    The Rainfall API provides access to these rainfall measurements, and to information on the monitoring stations providing those measurements. It is compatible with (and integrated into) the API for water level/flow readings. Additional information  To find out more about Environmental Agency API's click here: http://environment.data.gov.uk/flood-monitoring/doc/reference
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Bradford rain gauge rainfall data

    City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
    This dataset has been published as a one off dataset by City of Bradford MDC for the #FloodHack16.  The dataset shows 3 rain gauge locations across Bradford for the month of December 2015 covering the Christmas period when the region experienced significant rainfall. Please note The dataset shows a timestamp every time 0.2mm of rainfall has been collected.  This means the closer the timestamp, the heavier it is raining.
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Pottery Fields rain gauge rainfall data

    Leeds City Council
    This dataset has been released as a one-off extra dataset to supplement the existing rain gauge rainfall data for the FloodHack16 hack event held at ODI Leeds on 11 & 12 March 2016. Information Every time 0.2mm of rain has fallen, the time stamp is recorded.  This means that the closer the time stamp, the harder it is raining.