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LONG BEFORE Tropical Storm Irene and Superstorm Sandy, there was the flood of 1984.
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The Big Thompson Canyon community of Drake will get its flood-damaged post office back Monday, and along with it an important gathering place.
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The Mirror reports that Osbourne's Buckinghamshire home, located on a seven-acre estate, had the misfortune of being built in one of the most heavily affected areas of the country - and now needs more than half a million dollars in repairs.
Near blizzard conditions, a disastrous flood and a warm spell and a top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history.
There is a 90 percent chance of the Grand River in downtown Grand Rapids reaching minor flood stage at 18 feet, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids .
Towns and villages battered by the winter storms and floods are among 50 areas across the UK getting a share of A 27.7 million of Government funding for coastal communities.
Engineers are investigating the trigger for reoccurring flooding that is causing heartache for a string of residents in Great Yarmouth.
And Kirklees Council's own analysis ranks Kirklees as the seventh most at risk local authority throughout the country, excluding London boroughs and county councils.
It might not feel like it, but spring is less than two weeks away. March through April is prime time for flooding as snow and ice melt.
State and federal agencies met today to discuss the possibility of flooding from ice jams.
"At this point, I'm pretty devastated. My world's been flipped upside down," she said as she described her no-win choices: leaving, or staying in the house, repairing it after the Feb. 21 floods and risking the same fate next time the Wildcat Creek floods.
Europe can anticipate financial losses from flooding to more than quadruple by 2050.
Widespread rain across the north of the country has left at least five people dead, with the weather service issuing further warnings of flooding.
A new lawsuit blames the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for its management of the Missouri River, accusing it of causing the devastating floods in 2011.
Water levels in the Great Lakes are expected to continue a steady recovery this year, courtesy of widespread ice cover that is slowing evaporation and snowfall that has approached record amounts in some cities, federal experts said Wednesday.
A group of farmers and business owners sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday, saying the agency's decisions since 2006 have contributed to major flooding in five states.