Home   Oxford Flags   Isis Level   WindGURU   Rainfall Figures in Oxford   Environment Agency’s Thames Conditions

 
 
   
<December 2018>
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
2526272829301
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
303112345
 
 
 
 
 Amber  >= 65 m3/sec
 Red/Amber  >= 100 m3/sec
 Red  >= 120 m3/sec
Status Board Settings
 
 
 
OURCs Data
Isis Flag Godstow
Isis Flag Status Godstow Flag Status
Today's Suntimes
Rainfall Figures in Oxford
 
 
 
 
rssBBC Weather - Forecast for Maidenhead, United Kingdom
 
 

We regret that we are no longer receiving email updates from the Environment Agency and hence this chart is not currently being updated.

We will endeavour to restore service as soon as possible.





This chart is for guidance only. For current rowing conditions please consult the status indicator on the boat house or the safety officer

According to readings of river flow rate, wind/fog and water temperature taken on , the river is currently , please check the boards before going out as there are other factors which might change the river status. Current club status board:
NB:River conditions are not a measure of your ability to row safely. You must ensure you have the ability to do so in a safe manner. Click here for the Environment Agency’s Thames Conditions site. Please note * below.



Rules relating to water temperature (as reported by EA):
8ºC or less - Amber
5ºC or less - Amber, with further restrictions (see Cold Water Rowing Rules)
3ºC or less - Red/Amber
Subscribe to the river status chart and get status change notifications automatically. Enter your email address here:
Date
dd/mm/yyyy
Time
hh.mm
Flow m3/s TempoC
>8 if blank
Wind/Fog
Fog to 400m
Read By 
Flow Rate (see note below)
0-65m3/s 65-99 >99 120-240m3/s
Password:
*Note: Wind and Temperature measurements are taken manually by members of MRC. Flow is read at Maidenhead Bridge Environment Agency(EA) ultrasonic flow gauge. Please be aware that this data is unvalidated and the EA and MRC are not liable for any damage or injury caused by a member of any club or individual relying on this data.

The flow gauge has the cross-section of the river programmed in to it. It has a device to measure the river level, and to measure the flow it sends a pulse at an angle across the river which then returns to the gauge. In one direction the pulse is impeeded by the flow, in the other it is helped by it, therefore the difference is an accurate measurement of the flow in the river.
 
 
 Any queries should be directed to webmaster@maidenheadrc.org.ukA website by Pharaoh