List of floods
This is a list of major floods.
List of floods - Wikipedia
List of deadliest floods
This is a list consisting of the deadliest floods worldwide with a minimum of 50 deaths.
Floods in the United States
Floods in the United States is split into three articles:
Muckle Spate (1829)
The Muckle Spate was a great flood in August 1829, which devastated much of Strathspey, in the north east of Scotland.It began raining on the evening of 2 August 1829, and continued into the next day ...
Muckle Spate (1829) - Wikipedia
Holmfirth Floods
The Holmfirth Flood refers to a number of instances when severe flooding had occurred in the Holme Valley, West Yorkshire, England affecting Holmfirth and other settlements in the valley. The earliest...
Great Sheffield Flood
1°38′25″W / 53.41796°N 1.64036°W / 53.41796; -1.64036The Great Sheffield Flood was a flood that devastated parts of Sheffield, England, on 11 March 1864, when the Dale Dyke Da...
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Lynmouth Flood
On 15 and 16 August 1952, a storm of tropical intensity broke over south-west England, depositing 229 millimetres (9.0 in) of rain within 24 hours on an already waterlogged Exmoor. It is thought ...
Lynmouth Flood - Wikipedia
North Sea flood of 2007
The North Sea flood of 2007 also known as Cyclone Tilo, and as Andrea in Norway was a storm tide of the North Sea affecting the coastlines of the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, Nor...
North Sea flood of 2007 - Wikipedia
Grote Mandrenke
The (1st) Grote Mandrenke (/ɣroːtə mandrɛŋkə/, Low Saxon for "Great Drowning of Men", Danish: Den Store Manddrukning) was a massive southwesterly Atlantic gale (see also European windstorm) which ...
River Cary
The River Cary is a river in Somerset, England.The River Cary has its source at Park Pond in Castle Cary, and then flows southwest through Cary Moor to Babcary, where there is a biological Site of Spe...
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Burrow Mump
Burrow Mump is a hill and historic site overlooking Southlake Moor in the village of Burrowbridge within the English county of Somerset. It is a scheduled monument and the ruined church on top of the ...
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North Sea flood of 1953
The 1953 North Sea flood (Dutch: Watersnoodramp, literally "flood disaster") was a major flood caused by a heavy storm, that occurred on the night of Saturday, 31 January 1953 and morning of Sunda...
North Sea flood of 1953 - Wikipedia
Boscastle flood of 2004
The Boscastle flood of 2004 (Cornish: An Lanwes Kastel Boterel 2004) occurred on Monday, 16 August 2004 in the two villages of Boscastle and Crackington Haven in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom....
Boscastle flood of 2004 - Wikipedia
West Moor SSSI
West Moor (grid reference ST420220) is a 213.0 hectare (526.3 acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest on the River Parrett in Somerset, notified in 1985.West Moor lies south of Curry Rive...
West Moor SSSI - Wikipedia
2009 Great Britain and Ireland floods
The 2009 Great Britain and Ireland floods were a weather event that affected parts of Great Britain and Ireland throughout November and into December 2009. November was the wettest month across the Un...
2009 Great Britain and Ireland floods - Wikipedia
North Sea flood of 2013
Cyclone Xaver (DMI: Bodil, SMHI: Sven) also known as the North Sea flood or tidal surge of 2013, was a winter storm that affected northern Europe. Force 12 winds and heavy snowfall were predicted alon...
North Sea flood of 2013 - Wikipedia
North Sea flood of 1962
The North Sea flood of 1962 was a natural disaster affecting mainly the coastal regions of Germany and in particular the city of Hamburg in the night from 16 February to 17 February 1962. In total, th...
North Sea flood of 1962 - Wikipedia
Mark Yeo
The Mark Yeo is a short river in Somerset, England. It starts near Mark on the Somerset Levels and flows north for about 6 kilometres (4 mi) under the M5 motorway to join the River Axe near Loxt...
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December 1981 windstorm
The December 1981 windstorm was a severe storm that particularly affected southern England, Wales and south west France during December 13, 1981. The storm formed as a secondary low.In England, the st...
2002 Glasgow floods
The 2002 Glasgow floods were a series of Flash floods that occurred after Thunderstorms in the Scottish Lowlands in late July and early August 2002. The heaviest rainfall fell on the night of Tuesday ...
Sowy River
The Sowy River is an artificial drainage channel in Somerset, England.It is a 7.5-mile (12.1 km) embanked channel which starts at Monks Leaze clyce below Langport, and carries excess water from t...
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1947 Thames flood
The 1947 Thames flood was worst overall 20th century flood of the River Thames, affecting much of the Thames Valley as well as elsewhere in England during the middle of March 1947 after a severe winte...
1947 Thames flood - Wikipedia
Great Storm of 1703
The Great Storm of 1703 was one of the most severe storms or natural disasters ever recorded in the southern part of Great Britain. The storm came in from the southwest on 26 November 1703 (Julian cal...
Burrowbridge
2°55′08″W / 51.071°N 2.919°W / 51.071; -2.919Burrowbridge is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, situated on the River Parrett and A361 road in the Borough of Tau...
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Somerset Levels
The Somerset Levels are a coastal plain and wetland area of Somerset, South West England, running south from the Mendips to the Blackdown Hills.The Somerset Levels have an area of about 160,000 acres ...
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Bristol Channel floods, 1607
The Bristol Channel floods, 30 January 1607 , resulted in the drowning of a large number of people and the destruction of a large amount of farmland and livestock. Recent research has suggested that t...
Bristol Channel floods, 1607 - Wikipedia