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10 striking facts about lightning

. Lightning destroys trees Trees can often be destroyed by lightning strikes. When lightning hits a tree, it usually travels just below the tree's bark where there is a layer of sap and water. This layer becomes instantly heated and expands causing the bark to be blasted off the tree and sometimes


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tackled a 30-acre field fire near Cambridge. Thunderstorms on the 9th in south-east England caused some delays to air travel, notably at Gatwick and Stansted airports. On the 10th heavy showers across parts of the south-east led to some localised impacts, with flooding in Barking and Dagenham, and one


, delays to trains between Barking and West Ham in Essex due to flooding, and delays near Redhill caused by a landslip. England diary of highlights December started with a spell of cold dry frosty weather with high pressure and plenty of sunshine, but it quickly turned mild and unsettled with westerly

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Liverpool Street and Southend Victoria. A tornado in Barking caused damage to houses and roads. Another suspected tornado in East London damaged cars and knocked down fences. Further unsettled weather on the 28th caused flooding on the M3 junction 1 exit slip, and on the M4 at junction 3. England diary


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on the edge of town. This can be clearly seen on the heat profile for London. (Line drawn from A to B in Figure 14). 12 11 10 Temperature °C 9 8 7 6 5 4 Hillingdon Ealing Westminster City Tower Hamlets (Rural areas) (Urban areas) Ilford Barking (Rural areas) A B Figure 15. Temperature profile

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