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Britain Saw Wettest, Most Catastrophic Winter

Posted by feww on February 27, 2014

EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
WETTEST WINTER IN 1/4 MILLENNIUM
HUMAN-INDUCED NATURAL DISASTERS
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Wettest, 5th Warmest and Probably Most Disastrous Winter in the UK

Britain had the wettest winter since records began in 1766, with 435mm of rain recorded up to February 24, said the UK Met Office.

New records were set in many parts of the UK, with southeast and central southern England receiving more than double the average winter rainfall. And more rain is expected…

Ferocious storms have caused extensive damage along the coastal areas, cutting off a major rail link and flooding thousands of homes.

Some 25 square miles of land have been inundated in the Somerset Levels, as well as towns and villages along River Thames.

More than 6,500 properties have been flooded in England and Wales since December.

The cost of damage could top $2billion.

UK Rainfall amount
Britain has seen record rainfall this winter … more rain forecast. Source: UK Met Office.

Average Temperatures

The UK has been experiencing a warmer than average winter so far, with an average mean temperature of 5.2ºC, or 1.5ºC above normal.

It is the 5th warmest winter since 1910, said the Met Office.

12% More sunshine than average

Despite the wet weather, south England has experienced 12% more sunshine than average this winter.

UK Sunshine duration
UK experienced its 5th warmest winter, with the south receiving 12 per cent more sunshine than average. Source: UK Met Office.

Sinkholes and Landslides

Meanwhile, the British Geological Survey reported that the exceptional winter storms that struck the UK this year have contributed to an increase in the incidence of sinkholes and landslides.

UK Weather Forecast

The Met Office has warned:

“An area of low pressure is expected to move eastwards on Friday. There is considerable uncertainty in its track and therefore on the risk and location of any snow.

“This warning will be kept under review and the public are advised to keep up to date with the forecast and warnings.”

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