River Conditions Heavy prolonged showers in the catchment areas on Monday saw the levels rising by the evening. Although most of the gauges indicate the levels falling this morning on the main river, the Teviot gauges indicate the levels still rising. Anglers are advised to contact the boatman/gillie on the beat they are due to fish for the latest information on levels and fishing conditions.
The met-office five day forecast from the weather station at Charterhall in the central borders indicates for Rest of Today Cloudy with heavy showers and occasional sunny periods. Wind from the southwest at 17 mph. with occasional gusts in excess of 30 mph. Maximum daytime temperature 9° C. Tonight Cloudy and dry. WednesdayCloudy and dry with sunny periods. Northwesterly wind at 14 mph. with occasional gusts in excess of 25 mph. Maximum daytime temperature 5° C.Thursday Cloudy/overcast and dry. Southwesterly winds at 12 mph. Maximum daytime temperature 9° C. Light showers overnight. Friday Cloudy/overcast and dry. Wind from the southwest at 18 mph. with occasional gustd in excess of 30 mph. Maximum daytime temperature 13° C. Saturday Cloudy with light showers. Southwesterly wind at 15 mph. with occasional gusts in excess of 25 mph. Maximum daytime temperature 12° C.
The morning tidal height today at Berwick Harbour was 4.2 mtrs. at 05:45. The morning height will fall daily to 3.9 mtrs. on Friday at 09:03 the rise to 4.1 mtrs. on Saturday at 10:20
See:- FishTweed Prospects page for further details and ideas for when the river becomes fishable.