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Storm Erik

force gusts across the UK and Ireland, creating large waves to exposed coasts and felling trees. As winds increased a tree fell on two cars in Buckfastleigh, Devon, causing the death of one driver. In Poole, Dorset a tree fell through the roof of a double decker bus. Another driver was killed in west

Microsoft Word - 2019_001_storm_erik.docx

the north Devon coast and two people were killed in their vehicles by falling trees in Devon and Wales. A tree also smashed through the roof of a doubledecker bus in Poole, Dorset but no one was hurt. Planes struggled to land at airports due to strong winds, and in Morecambe, Lancashire a hotel

Microsoft Word - 2020_05_july_temperature.docx

the south coast at Poole, Bournemouth and Brighton causing gridlock on roads; trains were also very crowded. Weather data The analysis chart at 1200 UTC 31 July 2020 shows a deep area of low pressure to the west drawing a flow of hot air from the continent across southern and central parts of the UK

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. Across the south of England strong winds caused disruption, with a car trapped under a fallen tree in Worthing, and delays to rail and ferry services with Brittany and Condor Ferries cancelling some sailings from Portsmouth and Poole. Fallen trees blocked some roads including the A27 and the A35

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