Sunday, July 01, 2018

River Nairn at Firhall drops below lowest level recorded by SEPA

Tonight the SEPA reading from Firhall goes below the previous lowest level on SEPA's record database. Out and about in may areas of the riverbank today you can see large areas of vegetation that have drooped significantly today. In other parts of the town too it seemed like large areas of grass were going fully brown. 

It felt really hot and perhaps might have been just as hot as the previous hottest day on Thursday. No sign of any significant rain for the next week too on the BBC site.  Comparisons are now being made in conversation with the drought year of 1976.

Cause for concern for the Nairn Angling Association, please see below.

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