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Storm Dennis declared a 'bomb cyclone' as northern Lincolnshire braced for more high winds and heavy rain

Grimsby Telegraph Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Storm Dennis declared a 'bomb cyclone' as northern Lincolnshire braced for more high winds and heavy rainA weather warning is in place for the Grimsby and Scunthorpe areas as more severe weather expected.
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News video: Man died after being pulled from river during Storm Dennis

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A man has died after being pulled from a river as Storm Dennis brought high winds and heavy rain to much of the country. Dyfed-Powys Police said that a man in his 60s was seen entering the River Tawe near Gorsedd Park in Ystradgynlais area, in south Wales, at about 10am on Sunday morning.

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