United Kingdom: January rainfall breaks records

BBC: Early figures suggest parts of England have had their wettest January since records began more than 100 years ago. The Met Office said much of southern England and parts of the Midlands had already seen twice the average rainfall for January by midnight on Tuesday - with three days left in the month. And it is warning of more rain, as well as snow and high winds, for much of the UK in the coming days. In Somerset, the military is preparing to help flooded areas. Up to and including January......

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