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Storm Angus (Storm "Nannette")

Storm Angus was named on 19 November, with southern and southeast England, especially along the Channel coast expected to be the greatest affected areas as the storm moved northeast on 20 November. The storm was known as "Nannette" in France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Cyclone FOUR-16 in India

See GDACS page for this event.

Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Hermine

SEV data collection initiated following reports of a 2.9m storm surge measured in the Florida area following the landfall of Hurricae Hermine. This surge was generated despite the storm being classed as a Category 1 hurricane.

Hurricane Earl

Data collection event initiated following news that the tropical cyclone - Hurricane Earl - had strengthened just before making landfall in Belize. 

Suspect surges in Eastern Australia on and around 2016-06-05

SEV initiated following reports of extensive coastal damage in the Australian New South Wales region, coinciding with storm conditions, and "King tides" which returned repeatedly to cause further damage.

Unclear whether a surge element was involved, data collection initiated to allow for further investigation by the research community.

Coastal flooding reported in Cork, Ireland

SEV initiated in response to reports of coastal flooding in Cork, Ireland, following heavy rainfall, combined with high Spring tides.

Winter Storm Jonas (Eastern United States)

Whilst predominantly known for the large quantities of snowfall Storm Jonas left covering the U.S Eastern Seaboard, there are also reports of the strong winds coupled with prolonged onshore flow generating in a major coastal flood threat for Delaware and New Jersey.

Storm Jonas (Western European Coast)

This series of eSurge live events was triggered by the following warning issued to South and West coastal communities in Ireland.