Weather hazards in the UK

The highest ever recorded temperature in the UK was 38.5 degrees celsius, which was in Kent.
Over 2000 people died due to pre-existing illnesses worsening from the extreme heat.
The heat was so intense that it caused train tracks to buckle and parts of tarmac on roads to melt.
In summer of 2007, several people died and many were left homeless from the intense flooding affecting Hull, Sheffield and Gloucestershire.
In this situation, you could either mke the best of a bad situation...
Or to break down...
In 2008, the south-west and north-east of England experienced severefloods which affected Somerset, Worcestershire and Northumberland badly.
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