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20 November 2016 - Storm Angus saw strong wind across the south of England and heavy rainfall causing flooding to parts of South West England.
Storm Angus impacts
Storm Angus brought strong gusts particularly to the south and south-west of England with observations of 69 - 81 mph in exposed coastal locations.
In the English Channel, a cargo ship collided with a barge and a passenger ferry was stranded for 26 hours. Stormy waves caused damage across the south coast with damaged reported to a sea wall at Swanage, Dorset and the main south-west railway line closed near Exeter due to flood damage.
Over 1,000 properties in the south-west of England were left without power.
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Satellite imagery of Storm Angus
The video below shows 48 hours of continuous satellite imagery as Storm Angus moved across the UK.
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