Weather

Local data from weathervane

Partly cloudy, pressure falling fast

Temperature 8 °C
Pressure 1021 mb
Humidity 84 %RH
Rainfall 0.0 mm
Wind Speed 4 mph
Wind Direction--

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04:23High tide
08:17Sunrise
09:39Moonset
10:32Low tide
16:17Sunset
16:30High tide
17:41Moonrise
23:03Low tide
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Time

Web page creation date and time
Local time02:37 hrs
Time zoneGMT+0000
DayWednesday
Date19th Jan 2022

Tick Tock, Drip Drop

Air Pollution

Local data from sensors
Reducing210kΩ
Oxidising0kΩ
NH₃2068kΩ
PM1015µg/m³
PM2.514µg/m³
PM17µg/m³
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Tick Tock, Drip Drop

Weather Forecast

05:00Partly cloudy-1°CLight breeze, 4mph SW
06:00Partly cloudy-1°CLight breeze, 4mph SW
07:00Partly cloudy-1°CLight breeze, 4mph SW
08:00Partly cloudy0°CLight breeze, 5mph SW
09:00Partly cloudy1°CLight breeze, 5mph SW
10:00Partly cloudy3°CLight breeze, 6mph SSW
11:00Fair6°CLight breeze, 7mph SSW

Flood Risk Assessment

5.6mDesign level including 0.6m freeboard — minimum residential finished floor level at The Malings
5.0mTidal level in 2112 — 0.5% AEP tidal level plus 0.9m climate change over 100 years
4.65mRiverside Walk at intersection with Maling Terrace — pathway ground levels fall to 4.30m at Ouseburn Barrage
4.35m0.1% AEP tidal level in 2012
4.10m0.5% AEP tidal level in 2012
3.10m0.1% AEP fluvial level at spring tide in 2012

Environmental Alerts

Air Pollution The current air pollution level in North East England is low (index 2)
Flooding There are no flood alerts for the local area
There are no weather alerts for North East England
Earthquakes Earthquakes closest to Ouseburn, and more severe ones further away, in the last 30 days:
  • 75 miles away on 09 Jan 2022 at 18:34 hrs in Southern North Sea — depth 13km, magnitude 2.2
  • 98 miles away on 01 Jan 2022 at 05:05 hrs in Irish Sea — depth 2km, magnitude 1.6
  • 94 miles away on 25 Dec 2021 at 02:07 hrs in Southern North Sea — depth 18km, magnitude 2.2
Tsunamis There are no tsunami warnings
Space Weather There are not any space weather alerts currently
WildlifeA pair of white swans with signets, several mallard duck families, numerous pigeons, a few seagulls, a family of moorhens, a pair of kingfishers, a couple of traffic cones, a single blackbird, a lonely crow, and at least one otter
Topological map of Lower Ouseburn below Ouseburn Bridge

Geo-Location

Elevation5.65 mAOD
Latitude54° 58' 23" N
Longitude1° 35' 24" W
NGRNZ263643
W3Wturkey.mouse.party
ONSE00042114
PostcodeNE6 1LZ
DeclinationMagnetic North is 1.4° west of True North, which itself is 1.2° west of Grid North

Celestial Objects

The Sun's transit occurs at 12:17 hrs with sunrise at 08:17 hrs; it is currently 46° below the geographic horizon to the NE
Waning gibbous moon, 98% illuminated, moonset at 09:39 hrs; the Moon is 53° above the geographic horizon to the SSW currently
ISSThe International Space Station is not passing overhead Ouseburn tonight
PlanetsIf there is a clear sky this evening, Jupiter will be visible; , the Moon will be visible
No space aliens are expected in Ouseburn today — keep checking here, in case of any last minute visitors

Seasons and Notable Days

Vernal equinox20 Mar 2022 15:33 End of Winter
Clocks change27 Mar 2022 01:00 One hour forward
Summer solstice21 Jun 2022 10:13 Midsummer
Midsummer day24 Jun 2022
Autumnal equinox23 Sep 2022 02:03 End Summer
Clocks change30 Oct 2022 02:00 One hour back
Winter equinox21 Dec 2022 21:47 Midwinter

Malmanac Local Data

Data and images from Malmanac's weathervane, air quality sensors and webcam are published to public repositories:

More Information

The sources of the presented information are described in the credits. Web pages with related information can be found at:

Other Notes

The actual water level in the Ouseburn at The Malings is dependent upon many additional factors including River Tyne flowrate, Ouseburn flowrate, Ouseburn Barrage gate position and weir level, air pressure, wind-driven storm surges, silt scouring, and any storm drain surcharge. For more information see the Environment Agency's Tyne Catchment Flood Management Plan (2009)/ (2012) and Ouseburn Surface Water Management Plan (2015), and Newcastle City Council's Local Flood Risk Management Plan (2016).

Reservoirs often help reduce flooding. Gateshead City Council have also published Inundation Map (Kielder) which illustrates the largest area that might be flooded if a reservoir like Kielder Reservior were to fail and release the water it holds (explanation and more). See also online flood risk map.

About www.malmanac.uk

This is The Malings Almanac (Malmanac):

  • Version 1.33
  • 25 Apr 2021

Malmanac was launched on 29 January 2018. It is published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License and was made from a local Raspberry Pi with camera module, an internet-hosted Apache HTTPD web server, several open data providers, a little design, and lots of software written in Python.

Malmanac at www.malmanac.uk is a personally created and maintained website, and information is provided in good faith for reasonable use.

Lower Ouseburn

The Lower Ouseburn Valley Conservation Area is defined in the Character Statement and Conservation Area Management Plan. It spans both Ouseburn and Byker wards. The area has a medium-term the Regeneration Plan, and an Urban Design Framework which sets out generic design principles and general land-use planning and transportation issues for the redevelopment of the valley.

The Ouseburn Trust aims to achieve a vibrant, diverse and sustainable future for the Ouseburn Valley, delivering the objectives of the Regeneration Plan.

Three organisations particularly active with matters relating to the river, surface water run-off and flooding are:

The Malings

The Malings, a housing development by Carillion-Igloo, is situated on the east bank of the Lower Ouseburn (in ONS output area E00042114), between Ouseburn Bridge (Byker Bank) and Glasshouse Bridge (Walker Road) near the Tyne. It is part of Byker Ward in the City of Newcastle, located on the site of the former Malings Ford A Pottery. It is within the Lower Ouseburn Valley Conservation Area.

Homes at The Malings lie between Hume Street/Maling Street and Riverside Walk, and include the postal addresses of:

  • Maling Terrace (1-10 NE6 1LZ)
  • Luxor Row (1-12 NE6 1LG)
  • Rosalind Place (1-10 NE6 1LJ)
  • Kingfisher Place (1-16 NE6 1LT)
  • Peony Place (1-9 NE6 1LU)
  • Riverside Walk (1-8 NE6 1LX)
  • Maling Street (14-27 NE6 1LP).

People of The Malings

The homes are inhabited by diverse people whom you can listen to at peopleofthemalings, a web project by the architects of The Malings Ash Sakula.

Contact

For any queries, comments or compliments about Malmanac, please use @MalingsAlmanac on Twitter. This tweets environmental, astronomical, tidal and river data throughout every day.

Credits

Weather, air quality and astronomical data: Current local weather and air pollution conditions from the Malings Almanac's own weathervane and air quality sensors. Regional air pollution level from DEFRA via @UKAirQuality. Short-term weather forecast from the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. International Space Station visibility data for Newcastle from NASA. Weather alerts from the MetOffice. Tsunami warnings from CWarn Tsunami Early Warning System. Celestial calculations performed using the PyEphem library.

Tide times and river level data: Primary source for tide data from Tide Times for Newcastle upon Tyne based on data from the UK Hydrograph Office for Newcastle upon Tyne. Current level estimate interpolated using a formula provided by New Zealand Nautical Almanac 2017. Tyne Estuary and Ouseburn at Byker flood warnings provided by the UK Environment Agency.

Address data: Postcodes from Royal Mail, 3 word address from the What3Words, and walking route map self-created.

Ground level data: Ouseburn Barrage design drawings from the Newcastle Photos Blog and additional information from the Ouseburn Trust River Users Group. Flood levels from the risk assessment for The Malings development (planning application 2012/1277), by AMEC Environmental and Infrastructure UK.

Earthquake data: Records from British Geological Survey.

Space weather: Geomagnetic disturbance alerts from British Geological Survey.

Declination data: Calculated using maptools.com and bgs.ac.uk.

Clock change data: Times from gov.uk.

Icons: Moon phases and weather forecast icons by Erik Flowers. Current weather icons created by Peter Schmalfeldt from Ashley Jager's designs. All other icons from the Noun Project: air pollution based on smog by Yu luck; flooding based on flood by Arthur Shlain; space weather by BomSymbols, tsunami based on tsunami by H Alberto Gongora, earthquake by abdul karim; kingfisher by Connor Fowler; Low/high tide and moonrise/moonset by Xinh Studio; sunrise/sunset by Bryn Taylor; space station by Lucid Formation; solar system by lastspark. Noun Project icons are published under the Creative Commons Attribution License.