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Date: July 05, 1901

Location: Barbados

Cause: ? (probably a tropical system)

Source:

Farnum, F.C., and Narayan, K. 2004. “Personal communication, May20th.” Chief Hydrologist and Hydrologist.  Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology: Bridgetown, Barbados.   

Flood

Date: August 22, 1918

Location: South end of Island

Cause: Tropical System

Source:

Skeete, C.C. 1934. “Weather observations and records in Barbados 1924-33.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 115-136.

Flood

Date: Aug. 25, 1919

Location: Waterford District St. Michael

Cause: Tropical System

Source:

Skeete, C.C. 1934. “Weather observations and records in Barbados 1924-33.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 115-136.

AltSource:

Farnum, F.C., and Narayan, K. 2004. “Personal communication, May20th.” Chief Hydrologist and Hydrologist.  Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology: Bridgetown, Barbados.   

Flood

Date: 1938

Location: Delamere Tenantry (between Halls Road and Constitution River)-now Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Cause: Tropical Depression

Source:

Watson, K. 2003. Barbados first: the years of change. Cole’s Printer Limited: Bridgetown, Barbados. 204 pages.

Flood

Date: August 31, 1949

Location: Barbados

Cause: Tropical System

Source:

Watson, K. 2003. Barbados first: the years of change. Cole’s Printer Limited: Bridgetown, Barbados. 204 pages.

AltSource:

Farnum, F.C., and Narayan, K. 2004. “Personal communication, May20th.” Chief Hydrologist and Hydrologist.  Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology: Bridgetown, Barbados.   

AltSource:

Staff. 1949. “Heaviest rains since 1898 push down bridge: houses swept away.” Barbados Advocate. Bridgetown: Barbados. Sept. 2. pp. 1-7. AltSource:

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