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Thunderstorms and torrential rain for Hull with Met Office warning

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Met Office has updated its weather warnings for Hull and the East Riding. The only area of the UK not covered by the warning is the far north of Scotland. The warning is in place from 10am on Monday and goes through until just before midnight on Tuesday. There is a chance that homes and businesses could be flooded quickly.
2 months ago

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