ABANDON ALL HOPE.
ABANDON ALL HOPE.
This is getting surreal.
There’s not much that Britain’s politicians can do about the floods. That isn’t stopping them having a look.
Photographer Matilda Temperley decided to capture the dramatic effects of the recent UK flooding with artistic shots of waterlogged farmland in Somerset.
Typhoon Usagi slammed into southern China on Sunday evening, killing at least 25 people. Update: Heavy rains pummeled the Philippines, triggering landslides Monday that killed at least 20 people, and raising the death toll to 47 across Asia.
Last week, Colorado saw some of the most destructive flooding in the state’s history. More than 11,750 people were evacuated from their homes, and at least 1,500 homes were destroyed. Mark Changaris and his roommate Stephen Smith watched their home fill with water.
Scary, incredible photos following the record-breaking rains in Colorado.
One Twitter user described the scene as”biblical” following a burst water main in South London.
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At least two individuals have been killed. Rescue workers conducted more than 235 rescues following the flood.
Extreme flooding has hit states along the upper and middle Mississippi River — and it could get worse.
When the weather throws us a curveball these people simply carry on as usual.
Sandy may be just the beginning — the city could be looking at a 4-feet rise in sea level and a huge increase in flooding.
Pumps, pumps and more pumps. All kinds of pumps.
Monday night Hurricane Sandy touched down in New York and New Jersey and wrecked havoc, causing massive flooding and millions of dollars in damage. MTA Chairman Joseph J. Lhota said of the storm, “In 108 years, our employees have never faced a challenge like the one that confronts us now.”
Remember, Hurricane Sandy reporters: Your credibility depends on how deep you’re willing to go.
These are images people instagrammed and tweeted as water quickly submerged many places along the East Coast.
Reddit user moctodtidderptth posted this picture of a couple in the Philippines whose wedding went on despite raging floods. “In good times and in bad…”
Deadly monsoon rains have flooded much of the Philippines, leaving 60 percent of Manila, the capital city, underwater.
Bright House Field, home of the Clearwater Threshers (affiliate of the Phillies) was hit hard by tropical storm Debbie, and ultimately flooded.
That’s not snow…THAT’S NOT SNOW! The severe flooding in Australia isn’t just impacting humans, it’s also forcing spiders to vacate their homes along swollen riverbanks. Here are creepily pretty photographs of a sort of spider refugee camp near an inland residential area.
No, seriously, I appreciate the heads up.
The worst flooding Thailand has seen in 50 years appears to be coming down from its high-water mark. Heavy monsoon rains have submerged nearly a third of the country’s provinces since July, killing more than 370 people.
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The rivers are rising and the flooding is just starting in the Southern Tier of NY, near the border with Pennsylvania. These photos were submitted to the YNN-Southern Tier Facebook page. (via facebook.com) View List ›
Vermont was hit hard by flooding as a result of Hurricane Irene, with roads, bridges, homes and vehicles being washed away by some of the most intense flood waters the state has ever seen. This footage shows the Bartonsville Covered Bridge, a historic landmark built in 1870, being washed away. (via youtube-trends.blogspot.com) Watch Video ›