River Hipper at Chesterfield
Last updated 18:00 on 29/01/2015
The river level at Chesterfield is 0.46 metres.
This measurement was recorded at 18:00 on 29/01/2015.
The typical river level range for this location is between 0.36 metres and 0.90 metres.
The highest river level recorded at this location is 2.76 metres and the river level reached 1.32 metres on 25/11/2012.
Current level: 0.46m
Last 48 hours of available data
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