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Paul Murphy Jun 12
Lincolnshire flooding: 9pm last night. This is the River Steeping at Thorpe St Peter near Skegness as it breaks through one of its banks.
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Kelley Eidem Jun 13
UK flooded? Is this another example of the laws of physics being enforced? Clouds are emf forces, & so is . What just got turned on in a few cities in the UK? Oh yeah, those emf generators spilling quadrillions of ions & waves in2 the clouds.
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Ed Barnston Jun 13
on River Dee in Cheshire after 74mm of rain in under 24 hours. Big chunk of maize gone...and it’s June!
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ERPadviceBSW 30m
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Humanity First UK/Int'l Jun 16
BBC News - Wainfleet in : Hundreds spend night away from town
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THE HERETIC Jun 15
Dramatic footage shows the extent of in as authorities confirm almost 600 homes have been evacuated. 🧐 Read more on the rescue efforts:
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James Bevan Jun 14
My thoughts are with those affected by the horrendous and this week and I’m so incredibly proud of how the public, our partners and the have responded together.
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Fred Bentler Jun 11
The severe floods soaking the Midwest and Southeast are not letting up
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WeatherNation 31m
Some big rain reports out of the Sunflower State from the last 24 hours 🌻
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Life With Weather Jun 15
Famous ‘cup and saucer’ waterfall turned into whirlpool in the UK after a months worth of rain 👀😯 🎥 Daniel Williams📍Erddig Estate, United Kingdom
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mark burnham Jun 13
Mmmmm, seen Skeggy looking better if I'm honest Thank God for our welfare officer Simon. still smiling with only single days left until he retires #
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Binbrook Fire Station 25m
This afternoon we are back in wainfleet using our light portable pump to protect local residents properties and gardens from flood waters.
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Jonathan Myers 6h
Here we go again! Although the risk of and is a bit lower than yesterday... Some storms that develop Wednesday afternoon (after about 3 or 4 o'clock) could produce downpours. Futurescan puts out over an inch of rain in Baltimore/Cockeysville!
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Dr. Ramazan Demirtaş 8h
Araklı district of Trabzon, yesterday, after the torrential rain that caused ,3 people were killed,7 were lost, 4 were injured.4 houses, 2 offices and some bridges were destroyed, schools, mosques, roads and farmland, water and electricity transmission lines were damaged
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Michael Green 18h
Amazing image from this is in Hooe, power out, think this is the one which did it, like daylight out there!
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Laura Kosht 18h
6/18/19 Documenting flooding in Butler County PA.
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Maeve Ashbrook 18h
A great deal of flooding here just outside of Kellogg and Woodlawn.
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FloodSax Jun 18
More than 2.5 million FloodSax have now been sold worldwide. Anyone got photos or video of them in action you can share with us? Please tweet or email to andy@edslimited.co.uk sandbags
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WeatherNation Jun 18
Relentless rain across the center of the country continues to plague homes and businesses, and is leading to scenes like this. Some farmers are struggling to even plant crops this year
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Pete Karageorgos Jun 18
'It's a problem for society': Climate change is making some homes uninsurable
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