Low rainfall prompts concern over river levels in Wales


Concerns over river levels in some parts of Wales have emerged after spells of unusually low rainfall in recent months.

The Environment Agency Wales says, there is no current risk to the public water supply, unlike some areas of England.

But in south east Wales, the Wye, Usk and Ebbw are at, or near, record low levels.

River worry brings water warning

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