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100MPH Winds Batter Britain

Posted by feww on November 13, 2010

Strong winds and torrential rains cause flash floods across much of Britain, after a week of Arctic storms

The winds were reportedly the strongest to hit the UK for many years


Waves of up to 20ft batter the promenade at Southsea seafront, Portsmouth, England. Photo credit: Solent News,

Many properties in southern England were flooded forcing scores of families out of their homes, reports say. Flooding also caused extensive damage in other parts of the country, as well as in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Wight.

Strong winds with gusts of up to 100MPH fell trees, ripped tiles off roofs and downed power lines… at least one woman was killed after  she was impaled by a branch of a tree that fell on her car.

The disasters followed  a week of arctic weather including several inches of snow that fell in some parts of the country.

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