As Scientists across the Globe predicted for decades, now the un-thinkable has happened.
As Global Warming takes its toll, the Ice Caps have completly melted and an enormous flood has started, firstly covering Greenland and the Arctic, and now has hit the UK.
Millions of frantic citizens fled Wales on the 19th, as the flood hit the South Wales town of Cardiff. The death rate in Wales alone is an estimated 2,600,000.
As the people fled into England, the flood hit Gloucestershire, where thousands more were left stranded on House roofs and fighting a losing battle at keeping the water out of there homes. As the flood spread across the country, on it's way to the capital it has flooded Bristol, Swindon, Reading and more small towns. Millions have been left with help beyond reach and as the flood swept London, a meltdown came quickly after.
City workers, dog-walkers and toddlers in prams were hit by the huge flood levels of 55ft.
Millions up and down the UK are now homless, and even more left for dead as the water takes its toll.
The rescue services have so far reached helping people whos homes have been damaged in Essex and Middlesex, near counties around the Capital.
Welsh survivers of the flood, Louis Llewelyn and his wife Gwen tell us bravely of thier story of courage.
"I were just making a cup of tea for us," Gwen, 67, of Newport tells us.
"When i hears screaming out in the lane, so i's says to Louis, whats that outside, moments later the water came flowing down the street, taking cars and dogs with them."
"We had no time to panic, we had to get out of there and save our grandson, Jimmy, who was sleeping upstairs at 'time. I went out to the shed to get sandbags, though the water hasd already smashed through our kitchen windows and seeped through the floor," Louis, 70, tells us.
"It was worse than a tidal wave, no wonder they says 3/4s of Wales are dead," Gwen says tearfully.
"We couldn't of drove out, that was unthinkable as the water had taken every car in the street with them. We had to run up the stairs, get our Jimmy and climb from our bedroom window to the roof, where even there the water was lapping at our feet. We were stranded there for two days, till a rescue helicopter came and rescued us," Louis tells us.
"It was worse than when Louisianna flooded," Says Gwen.
"There were our friends, our nieghbours flooting in the water, facedown. There were children," And then Gwen stops and starts to cry.
"Our daughter is away on holiday in Jamaica, so she is safe and so is her son, Jimmy has bad chills but the doctors say he is ok. For us to have survived, the hospitals say is nothing short of a miracle."
For now the damage that has left millions of lives in pieces, will be taken care of, but now the rest of Europe will be in trouble, as Specialists say that France will be hit, and the borders of Switzerland.