Winter of Terror
The Winter of Terror was the three-month period during the winter of 1950-1951 when a previously unrecorded number of avalanches took place in the Alps. The series of 649 avalanches killed over 265 pe...
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Great Frost of 1709
The Great Frost (as it was known in England) or Le Grand Hiver (as it was known in France) was an extraordinarily cold winter in Europe in late 1708 and early 1709, and was found to be the coldest Eur...
Great Frost of 1709 - Wikipedia
2003 European heat wave
The 2003 European heat wave was the hottest summer on record in Europe since at least 1540. France was hit especially hard. The heat wave led to health crises in several countries and combined with dr...
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Cyclone Emma (2008)
Emma was a severe extratropical cyclone which passed through several mainly Central European countries, most devastatingly on Saturday March 1, 2008, killing at least twelve people in Austria, Germany...
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Cyclone Andrea
Cyclone Andrea was an intense European windstorm that affected western and central Europe in early January 2012.
Closely following Cyclone Ulli, the first named storm of 2012 formed SW of Ice...
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List of European tornadoes and tornado outbreaks
Parent article: List of tornadoes and tornado outbreaksThese are some notable tornadoes, tornado outbreaks, and tornado outbreak sequences that have occurred in Europe.
List of European tornadoes and tornado outbreaks - Wikipedia
Burns' Day storm
The Burns' Day Storm occurred on 25–26 January 1990 over north-western Europe and is one of the strongest European windstorms on record. This storm has received different names as there is no official...
1986 Atlantic hurricane season
The 1986 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, 1986, and lasted until November 30, 1986. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclone...
1986 Atlantic hurricane season - Wikipedia
1953 North Kyushu Flood
The 1953 North Kyushu Flood was the flood which hit Northern Kyushu, Japan (Fukuoka Prefecture, Saga Prefecture, Kumamoto Prefecture and Ōita Prefecture) in June 1953. The torrential rain of the rainy...
1953 North Kyushu Flood - Wikipedia
Carmen (storm)
Cyclone Carmen was an extremely powerful extratropical cyclone and European windstorm that caused widespread damage in the American state of Maine, then crossed the Atlantic Ocean and affected the Uni...
Carmen (storm) - Wikipedia