From: HNL Groundwater and Hydrology <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 12 October 2021 12:57
To: HNL Groundwater and Hydrology <email@example.com>
Subject: Hertfordshire and North London - September 2021 Water Situation Report
Do you want to know how much rain has fallen in the Hertfordshire and North London Area during September or how high the river flows were?
River Gade at Piccotts End
The Environment Agency routinely measure and monitor the environment to assess the water situation across the Hertfordshire and North London Area.
We do this for:
* the amount of rain that falls;
* how dry the soils are (and how much rain they can soak up);
* the amount of water flowing in rivers;
* the amount of water stored below ground in aquifers.
Every month a Water Situation Report is produced by Hydrologists in the Environment Agency.
The September 2021 edition is available here. <Water situation: area monthly reports for England 2021 - GOV.UK>
Summary – September 2021
The Hertfordshire and North London Area received 107% of the long term average rainfall for September. Soil moisture deficits decreased across the Area since last month. Our river flow indicator sites ranged between normal and notably high monthly mean flows. Groundwater levels continued their seasonal decline with the majority of our indicator sites having recorded normal groundwater levels.
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Herts and North London
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