As we get ever closer to the Piers Corbyn forecast for the "North Sea Storm Surge"
I thought I would look up a recent article to show the area of concern in the UK. This is from the BBC, dated 24th September 2009, it also contains a Video Link.
Millions of people who live in low-lying coastal areas of the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Belgium and the UK are at risk from a severe storm surge.
A major exercise is under way in the Netherlands in which British specialist rescue teams, as well as those from other European countries, are simulating what might happen in the event of a major North Sea flood.
The summer of 2007 saw the worst flooding in a generation in many parts of England and Wales, when more than 7,000 people were rescued from their homes.
During June and July that year the emergency services were stretched to breaking point.
Click this link to read the BBC article including Video Link by Phil Mackie
. Also see this link from the BBC from 2007
North Sea flood tide fears recede
this is the "Near Miss", also predicted by Piers Corbyn.