United Kingdom: Floods could remain until March, Environment Agency warns

Telegraph: Flooding will continue into March in some parts of Britain, the Environment Agency has warned, as the country braces itself for yet another Atlantic storm on Saturday. With two inches of rain expected in the South West, it may be another week before the knock-on effects are felt downstream in major rivers, while overflowing groundwater levels will mean the water may not drain away until the spring. Up to 3,000 homes could flood in the Thames Valley this weekend, with 24 "danger to life' severe......

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