Weather Hazards By Kael Wood

2003: Heatwave

The UK Recorded Its Highest Ever Temperature Of 38.5°C In Kent. Over 2000 People Died Due To The Heat, Railway Tracks Buckled And In The Roads Melted!

2007: Floods

Several People Died And Many Were Left Homeless By Summer Floods Affecting Hull, Sheffield And Gloucestershire.

2008: Floods

Severe Flooding Occurred In South-West And North-East England With Somerset Worcestershire And Northumberland Badly Hit.

2009: Heavy Snowfall

Parts Of South-West And South-East England Were Affected By Heavy Snow With 20cm Falling In The Capital.

2009: Floods

The Town Of Cockermouth In Cumbria Was Devastated By Floods. Record Rainfall Amounts Fell In November In The Lake District.

2010: Heavy Snow

Much Of The UK Was Hit By Heavy Snowfalls Was Hit By Heavy Snow Falls In December. Northern Ireland Recorded Low Temperature Of -18.7°C At Castlederg.

2013/2014: Floods

Severe Flooding Occurred Across Southern England Causing The River Thames To Burst Its Banks And Vast Areas Of The Somerset Levels To Become Inundated. It Was England's Wettest Winter In 250 Years.


Severe Storms And Exception Heavy Rainfall Caused Devestating Floods To Many Areas, Especially The North Of England. Yorkshire And Cumbria Were Badly Affected. December 2015 Was The Wettest And Warmest Month Ever Recorded In The UK.


Created with images by NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "New Earth-Observing Instrument Installed on the International Space Station" • Nick Kenrick. - "Heatwave" • kasabubu - "ice on the saale frozen river winter" • Unsplash - "halfpipe sports freestyle" • yisris - "A Heavy-Snowed Morning" • tejvanphotos - "Oxford Flood" • Simon Matzinger - "Neck of the moon." • hev65 - "flood flooded frost" • stux - "ocean flood sea"

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