Storm Desmond, 2015 - Thousands of people were evacuated from their homes after Storm Desmond caused severe flooding in Cumbria and Lancashire.
December 06, 2015 Lizenz
The 2013 Storm - Thousands of people were evacuated from their homes as a deadly winter storm and the highest tidal surge in 60 years hit east coast towns, causing flooding and damage in many areas.
December 06, 2013 Lizenz
Boscastle Flood, 2004 - The Cornish village of Boscastle suffered the most severe flooding in 50 years as a an exceptional amount of rain. Two buildings were destroyed and many cars washed down the river.
August 17, 2004 Lizenz
Towyn and Kinmel Bay Floods, 1990 - Thousands of residents were evacuated from their homes in Wales after huge waves breached the area's sea defences
March 01, 1990 Lizenz
Burns Day Storm, 1990 - A category 1 hurricane caused widespread damage and the loss of power and transport links. Most of the 47 deaths caused by the storm were as a result of collapsing buildings and debris.
January 01, 1990 Lizenz
The Great Storm, 1987 - After Michael Fish infamously reassured the public that a hurricane was not imminent, strong winds caused over £1 billion worth of damage and claimed the lives of 18 people.
October 17, 1987 Lizenz
- Gale force winds and a storm surge lead to the flooding of 24, 000 homes. Although 30, 000 people were evacuated, 326 people lost their lives.
January 01, 1953 Lizenz
The Great Snowstorm, 1891- Plummeting temperatures brought 15-foot high snow drifts, cutting off Devon and Cornwall. 200 people perished during the extreme weather.
January 01, 1891 Lizenz