Heavy rain brings floods and road chaos to southern England

Guardian: Heavy rain has brought localised flooding and transport disruption to southern England, with forecasters warning of further heavy rainfall to come. Up to 4cm (1.5in) of rain – more than half the normal monthly total – fell on parts of the south in just a few hours overnight, and there were also gale force winds in places. The average August rainfall in southern England is 6-7cm. The Met Office issued severe weather warnings affecting six regions – Grampian, central ......

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