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Storm Dennis flooding risk for Devon and Cornwall increased by Met Office

Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Thursday, 13 February 2020
Storm Dennis flooding risk for Devon and Cornwall increased by Met OfficeLatest forecast predicts that as much as 12cm of rain could fall in some areas.
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News video: Storm Dennis: River Taff bursts its banks in South Wales

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Storm Dennis has caused the River Taff to burst its banks in Pontypridd, South Wales, causing severe flooding. The Met Office has issued amber alerts - meaning people must be prepared to change plans and protect themselves and their family from the storm - for parts of Yorkshire, Wales, Devon, East...

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