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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. Storm Angus - Maximum gust speeds (mph) Site Name Area Max Gust


carrying 150 passengers was stranded for 26 hours before docking at Fishguard, Pembrokeshire. Large waves battered the south coast and damage was reported to the sea wall at Swanage, Dorset. The south-west main line railway was closed outside Exeter due to flood damage and more than 1,000 properties


England. 31.6mm was recorded in one hour to 0300 GMT at Swanage (Dorset) and 55.8mm was recorded in one hour to 0400 GMT at West Ilsley (Berkshire). The map below shows lightning strokes recorded across the UK from 11 to 17 September. These include both cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-ground strokes


99158 MARKET BOSWORTH, BOSWORTH PARK 129 52.62321 -1.39551 ENG 2002 99159 SWANAGE 10 50.61369 -1.95874 ENG 1928 99160 CARDIFF, BUTE PARK 9 51.48829 -3.18854 WAL 1969 99161 CAVENDISH 55 52.09067 0.62789 ENG 1974 99162 RYHILL 78 53.62843 -1.39428 ENG 1994 99163 PORTHMADOG 7 52.91455 -4.15802 WAL 1993 WMO

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to the east – for example at Swanage (Dorset). There were temporary power cuts in several areas, including the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, Southampton, Devon, Cornwall, towns east of Reading and parts of west London. However, although storm Alex and subsequent fronts brought widespread heavy rain, flooding


with Swanage (Dorset) not falling below 12.6 °C. Colder, drier and sunnier weather spread into the north on the 3rd, while rain spread eastwards through the Midlands and East Anglia with showery weather further west and south. A ridge of high pressure led to a frosty start for many on the 4th

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St Bees Head No 2 England 54.518, -3.613 Automatic Stonyhurst England 53.845, -2.468 Automatic Stowe England 52.041, -1.012 Automatic Sutton Bonington England 52.836, -1.25 Automatic Swanage England 50.613, -1.957 Automatic Syerston England 53.017, -0.92 Automatic Teignmouth England 50.545, -3.494

NCIC Monthly Summary

in the south, with a minimum of 11.8 °C at Swanage (Dorset). Northern parts were cooler on the 22nd, with some bright spells at first, but the south remained mild with some light rain and drizzle. More general rain spread from the south-west late on the 22nd and lasted in many areas through the 23rd, most

NCIC Monthly Summary

disrupting road and rail travel. All ferries at Dover port were delayed. The south-west of England also saw rescues, ferry and flight cancellations, flooding on roads and rail lines, as well as debris causing disruption along the sea front in Swanage. The bridges over the Severn Estuary were closed due

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