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413. Storms Ciara and Dennis – A record-breaking February

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This Geo Factsheet reviews the causes and impacts of the two major winter storms which have to be seen in the context of a remarkably wet autumn and winter and which resulted in widespread flooding.

It gives the opportunity to compare the two storms with a useful fact file. The storms will feature in an accompanying PowerPoint on recent extreme weather events.

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September 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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