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River Flow and Temperature at Kingston Bridge

The tweets below, updated every 12 hours, show the latest river flow and river height data at Kingston. To put these into context we have created some charts below with historic data. These will be updated from time to time. In general red boards appear when the flow is over approximately 140m3/sec and yellow boards when the flow is over about 100m3/sec.

There is no live feed for river temperature - but use chart 3 below to give you and indication of the likely temperature for any given date.

Charts last updated on 12 November 2017

1. Flow data at Kingston Bridge (in cubic metres per second, since Feb 2013)


Notes:
  1. This chart shows data on the river flow at Kingston Bridge received by email from the Environment Agency and input manually by club members on to this website. Please do not rely on this for any safety decision.
  2. You can see the detail of each daily reading by hovering the mouse over the line.


2. Flow data and Board Colour (since Feb 2013)

From time to time we will update the chart below which shows the board colour and flow at Kingston since Feb 2013. In the time we have been tracking the data red boards generally appear when the flow is over approximately 140m3/sec and yellow boards when the flow is over about 100m3/sec. Kingston Bridge river flow and board colour

3. River Temperature at Kingston (with thanks to Geraint)

Kingston river temperature

4. Flow data at Maidenhead to end 2014

Maidenhead Rowing Club publish very detailed data on river conditions on their website. Here's a comparison of the flow at Kingston and Maidenhead:
Kingston vs Maidenhead river flow