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UK weather: Britain braces for another wet weekend as Met Office issues more warnings

Independent Thursday, 20 February 2020
'Storm Dennis has long gone, but the legacy of high water levels and saturated catchments remain'
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Hundreds of flood alerts remain in place across Britain after Storm Dennis battered the country, with one woman missing after being swept away by floodwater. Severe weather conditions over the weekend saw winds of more than 90mph lash parts of the UK, while more than a month's worth of rain fell in...

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