‘Month’s worth of rain’ expected in parts of UK over the next 24 hours
Storm Dennis may have gone but further agony is in store for beleaguered communities across flood-hit Britain – with forecasters predicting a month’s worth of rain in the next 24 hours in some places.
Those already battling with the aftermath of several days worth of rain have been told to expect even more, with pockets of North Wales, northern England and Scotland among those in line for further deluges.
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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..
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