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Storm Helene set to cause chaos and uproot trees as it batters Britain with 70mph winds 

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Storm Helene set to cause chaos and uproot trees as it batters Britain with 70mph winds Tropical storm Helene is set to hit the UK overnight on Monday and through the early hours of Tuesday. The MET office has warned of 'heavy rain' and trees could be uprooted in the winds.
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Forecasters have downgraded warnings that Storm Helene could pose a risk to life when it hits this week - but warned coastal communities to stay vigilant. The Met Office warned on Friday the storm could bring hazardous conditions when it sweeps across the north of England and Wales and through the...

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