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Storm Ciara brings 70kph winds to Cornwall and 'it's going to get worse'

The Cornishman Sunday, 9 February 2020
Storm Ciara brings 70kph winds to Cornwall and 'it's going to get worse'The Met Office says winds and heavy rain will hit the south west coast.
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