Monday, 24 February 2020

Thousands of homes flooded after three once-in-a-lifetime storms have hit the UK in the first two months of 2020: Some areas expecting a months rainfall today

The English Bridge may have to close if barriers breach at Coleham, Shropshire Council said, credit BBC

The homes and businesses flooded in the UK are now in the thousands after three once-in-a-lifetime storms have hit the UK in the first two months of 2020, with yet another storm rolling in from the Atlantic today. Almost 2,000 homes had been flooded by Storm Dennis more than a week ago, and the rain has been relentless since last October.

Flooding in Shrewsbury could reach its "highest ever" level and will close off the city centre today as another one month worth of rainfall is expected. The Met Office has today issued almost a hundred flood warnings and two hundred flood alerts, with some areas expecting another 50 mm of rain to an already soddened ground.

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5 comments:

  1. Get all the Illegal Immigrants to Sop-It-All-Up. BRILLIANT

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  2. A jolly bad show over here.
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    shows that HIS coming is close. Read Daniel
    11 carefully as HE proves that all prophesy
    is being fulfilled.

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