Storms and severe floods sweep UK Sunday 25 November 2012 say its the worst flooding in 35 years. November 25, 2012 steven morris Floods threaten north of England as heavy rain continues. November 2012 flooding. Image 5 below is the radar image at 16: 00 on 22 November 2012 which shows a very intense line of rainfall running from South West England to South East Scotland.
The strip from South West England to North East England shows that many areas had one and a half times their monthly average rainfall in one week. Flooding continues to cause disruption to road and rail in northeast England and north Wales, as local authorities are promised emergency financial assistance to cope.
Aug 13, 2015 Central and southern Britain will be drier and brighter in the afternoon, says Sian Welby. More than 300 homes have been flooded in the north of England in two days, as almost twice the average rainfall for September drenched the Pennine and Road closures, flooding and travel chaos as the North East is battered by wild weather. Torrential rain and strong winds have caused major disruption across the region but are things improving?
With heavy rainfall expected to descend on the North East, the Environment Agency has warned home owners to be prepared for possible flooding.
The 2012 Great Britain and Ireland floods are a series of weather events that affected parts of Great Britain and Ireland periodically during the course of 2012 and on through the winter into 2013. The beginning of 2012 saw much of the United Kingdom experiencing droughts and a heat wave in March.