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  1. I had stumbled upon this just reading about tsunamis. Apparently, this tsunami was caused by a squall line that had been battering Sussex at the time. Does anyone have any more information on this or any pics of any damage?
  2. Hello, wasn't sure if this will be any interest to anyone but though I'd might post it. I have big interest in weather and tsunamis so personally was very interested when I found out this, I hope it not off topic "Folkestone (Kent) and Brighton (Sussex), 20 July 1929 — large tsunami-like wave struck the Kent and Sussex coasts, busy with tourists, and drowned two people, at Brighton and Worthing the wave was accompanied by sudden downpours of rain and high winds, but at Folkestone and Hastings, where one person drowned at each, the weather was clear and the unexpected wave was estimated to be c. 3.5 and 6 m high, respectively. Douglas (1929) suggests the wave was caused by a squall-line travelling up the English Channel, coincident with thunderstorms, and so may be referred to as a meteotsunami." http://www.hadesign.co.uk/worthing_history/history_pages/html/Wish_you_were_not_here.html http://www.bgs.ac.uk/research/highlights/2011/tsunamiSWEngland2011.html
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