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Month's worth of rain, 100mph winds as 'Wild Wednesday' hits UK
Large swathes of the UK are preparing for "Wild Wednesday" with 100 mph winds and a month's worth of heavy rain, including in the South, where thousands of homes are already waist deep in flood water.
UK braced for a New Year's Day storm, bringing more flooding
Parts of the UK experienced severe flooding over the Christmas period and the bad news is that bad weather is set to return as Britain welcomes in 2014.
Extreme rainfall in UK 'increasing'
2012 began with predictions of widespread drought, unless heavy rain occurred. No sooner said, the heavens opened and it has hardly stopped raining since. This has led many to question whether extreme rainfall in the UK is increasing?
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This underpass used by cyclists and pedestrians in Corey's Mill, Hertfordshire, was flooded some six feet deep by rain water.
August 2012 and torrential rainfall caused flash flooding around the UK
The water here was well in excess of head height during flooding near to Sainsbury's supermarket, Corey's Mill, Stevenage.
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