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Whitby Flooded By North Sea Storm Surge

Information on the 2013 Storm Surge can be found here : http://www.real-whitby.co.uk/whitby-storm-surge-2013

Nov 27th 2011 – Spring tides and storm force winds in the North Sea lead to a tidal surge down the east coast this evening. Whitby town center was flooded and reports from down the east coast suggest that areas around the Humber and as far south as Norfolk were also effected.

We will attempt to bring more news and pictures on this story as we get them. If you have pictures then please send them to realwhitby@gmail.com

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By | 2013-12-07T13:32:58+00:00 November 27th, 2011|Categories: Featured, News|Tags: , , , , , |1 Comment

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