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Hour by hour weather forecast for Birmingham on Friday as city braced for 18 hours of rain as Storm Callum hits UK

Tamworth Herald Thursday, 11 October 2018 ()
Hour by hour weather forecast for Birmingham on Friday as city braced for 18 hours of rain as Storm Callum hits UKThe UK is set to be hit by Storm Callum, a "ferocious looking beast", according to forecasters.
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News video: Storm Callum Causes Rising Water Levels Along Crickhowell Bridge

▶ Storm Callum Causes Rising Water Levels Along Crickhowell Bridge 00:45

A flood warning was in place for South Wales on October 13 as the region was pummeled with rain from Storm Callum, and the town of Crickhowell experienced major flooding in its streets.This footage offers a glimpse of the high water levels of River Usk, as seen from the Crickhowell Bridge.According...

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