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Storm Johanna (2008)

Windstorm Johanna hit the Atlantic coast on 10 March 2008, causing damage in the UK and northern France. A sigificant storm surge was recorded in the Iroise sea, France.

Meteorological history

Johanna was one of a cluster of wind storms in March 2008, the others being Kirsten and Emma.

Storm surge and aftermath

Johanna occurred at a high tide, causing significant flooding along the atlantic coast. 

Satellite and in-situ data

Data for this event are available in the eSurge database.

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