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UK weather: 'Danger to life' warnings remain in place as Yorkshire braces for more rain after widespread flooding

Independent Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
Met Office predicts up to 60mm of rainfall near worst-affected areas from floods
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News video: Environment Agency stores water to reduce flood risk in Lincoln

Environment Agency stores water to reduce flood risk in Lincoln 01:28

Drone footage of the Environment Agency storing water in the Till washlands to reduce the flood risk to Lincoln. Yorkshire and the Midlands were the worst affected areas, with six severe "danger to life" warnings in place following Thursday's torrential downpour.

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