Yolanda (storm)

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Yolanda
Formed14 May 2010
Dissipated20 Μay 2010
Lowest pressure1,000 mb (29.53 inHg)
DamageUS$3.6 billion
Fatalities21 total
Areas affectedPoland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Serbia
 
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Yolanda
Formed14 May 2010
Dissipated20 Μay 2010
Lowest pressure1,000 mb (29.53 inHg)
DamageUS$3.6 billion
Fatalities21 total
Areas affectedPoland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Serbia

Yolanda was a weak, but devastating non-tropical cyclone which caused widespread flooding in eastern Europe.

Meteorological history[edit]

Yolanda was first identified on 14 May over the southern Mediterranean Sea near Algeria and Tunisia.

Impact[edit]

Throughout eastern Europe, 21 people were killed across five countries in floods triggered by the storm. Damage also amounted to $3.5 billion, most of which was in Poland.[1]

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