Flooding caused by storm Dennis in southern England Reproduction / Reproduction
With winds of 140 km / h and heavy rains, the storm Dennis hit the United Kingdom on Sunday 16, leaving at least two dead.
On Saturday 15, two men were found dead at sea near the city of Kent in southeastern England.
Due to the intensity of the rains, the British government declared a red alert for flooding, the highest level. It is the first time since 2015 that such a warning has been issued in the country.
According to the English Meteorological Institute, in the south of Wales 132 mm of rain fell between Saturday and Sunday morning, which is equivalent to a month of rain in the region.