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Persistent rain brought flooding to many parts of the UK during the first weekend of July. The impacts were numerous, ranging from flooded transport networks to disrupted sporting events.
The water cycle is the process by which water is continuously transferred between the surface of the earth and the atmosphere.
Freezing rain is fairly rare in the UK. When it does occur the consequences can be devastating. This case study looks at an occurrence which affected Wales, SW England and the Midlands in January 1996.
Severe weather can present different challenges both for keeping the travel networks open and for those navigating through the difficult conditions.
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