The River Wenning runs through the heart of the village and has been known from time to time to course flooding within Hornby and the surrounding area, the most notable occasion being the Wray Flood of 1967.
If you are concerned about flooding and have not done so already then you should sign up for the Environment Agency Floodline Warnings
The typical river level range for the Wenning is between 0.20 metres and 1.40 metres.
The highest river level recorded in Hornby is 2.37 metres and the river level reached 1.86 metres on 18/11/2009
This Gauge shows the current level of the River Wenning at Hornby and will automatically update every hour.