United Kingdom: Just a small amount of rain could cause flooding this winter – Environment Agency

Telegraph: The wettest April to June on record, and further wet weather in July, September and October, has left river levels full, the ground saturated and groundwaters in some areas exceptionally high. The Environment Agency said the ground is so wet in some areas that just the average amount of rain for the season could cause flooding. The South West and North West, where rivers have already burst their banks, are most vulnerable to river flooding. Devon, Dorset and Hampshire are most vulnerable......

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