Thames breaks records for water flow

BBC: The amount of water flowing through the Thames this January was the highest recorded for that month since records began in 1883. New data from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) shows that the rate of water flow has now exceeded 275 metres per second for more than 50 days. his is nearly twice the record duration for sustained high flow. The CEH says that Southern Britain is likely to have the wettest winter ever recorded Scientists from the Centre measure water flow on all the......

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