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1989. There were reports of heavy rain and flooding across many areas with some places having well over two inches of rainfall – Oxford and Basingstoke both reported over 68 mm (2.6 inches) during the day, much of which fell in the space of a couple of hours. Rain-gauge site Sandford Sewage Works
February. The following night (1 st February) the snow didn’t die out as expected, especially around the Basingstoke area. On the basis of the information available a medium impact Yellow warning was issued. In hindsight an Amber warning for a larger area would have been more approprioate. This led
and railways in Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, and Nottinghamshire. Heavy rain in south-east England on the 9th caused flooding on the A3 near Putney, with minor flooding elsewhere across the region. A landslip blocked one line out of four on the railway between Fleet and Basingstoke
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