New Rainfall station pages
New Rainfall station pages - GOV.UK Check for flooding
New rainfall pages went live on Check for flooding Tuesday 29 March 2022 as part of continuous improvement. This has been something that has been highly requested through user feedback and the design has been tested with a range of users to ensure their needs are met.
The pages are fully accessible. They can be used with screen readers and all page interactions can be performed with a keyboard, including the chart. Along with the rest of Check for flooding, the rainfall pages can be used from any device.
Users will be able to access the rainfall station pages from the station list and maps
- View the station on the map
- View nearby telemetry stations
- Summary of accumulation for 1, 6 and 24 hours
- Interactive chart showing hourly or 15 minute interval data
- CSV download to meet accessibility needs
- The option to share the page via social media or email
- Redesigned station list to improve performance
- Access to historical gauge data
- Tide times
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Posted: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 08:26 by Parish Clerk