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1. Storm Dennis | 2. Storm Ciara | 3. Australian Bushfires |
Storm Dennis

Storm Dennis battered the UK  in mid-February 2020. Some regions saw more than a month’s worth of rain in 48 hours. English counties including Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Telford and Wrekin, Worcestershire and Herefordshire have all been affected. Welsh towns and villages such as Pontypridd, Crickhowell, Nantgarw and Pentre… >

Storm Ciara

Storm Ciara brought gusts of wind as fast as 90mph to Britain and some of mainland Europe in early February 2020. This brought chaos to the UK as 118,000 people were left without power, flooding hit, trains were delayed and schools were closed.

Australian Bushfires

Australian Bushfires Record-breaking high temperatures caused Australia to become very dry. This caused Australia’s most widespread bushfire season so far. 186,000 square kilometres of Australia has burned down (at time of writing) 5,900 buildings have been destroyed and 34 people are confirmed to have lost their life. Some Australian species are… >

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