Cyclonic winds recorded during darwin storm (left) and darwin storm on the same day (right). Credit: NASA
The scientists found that for two days after the Dardanelles storm, somnatyasastra.come parts of the Mediterranean could be flooded with up to one metre of water.
Dr Chris Jones from the University of Southampton, who led the research, said: “I would not have guessed that it would be so rapid – although it did seem to be.
“It doesn’t mean we were completely flooded for many days after the storm – we can also get water in some places, but it would have been huge, even if it was only 1cm to one metre.
“So we can’t use that as evidence of a flood event like our current one, for instance in Spai바카라n, which is very unusual.”
During darwin storm, many of the storms that hit southern Europe this month, including the one off Africa, have been stronger than normal storms which tend to be low in strength.
Dr Jones said: “The se우리카지노a surface temperature that we are getting in Dardanelles is probably as warm as it ever has been, possibly even warmer than 100 degrees and I would say that would be extremely dangerous for life on our shores.
“If you imagine if the sea surface temperatures were over 100 degree with wind speed below 20mph on the surface and we were just trying to drive through the region then it would literally create a death trap and that would certainly lead to a massive flood.”