October 2020 starts very wet – Storm Alex

October opened very wet. A total of 32.7mm of rain was recorded at Gilesgate on 3rd resulted in a rapid rise in the River Wear, overtopping the banks in places, and reaching 2.76m at 8:15am on the 4th. The river level fell back rapidly and had dropped a metre by mid afternoon.

It was the wettest day of 2020 so far.

River level at Elvet Bridge 4th October 2020
River level at Elvet Bridge 4th October 2020
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