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Storm Dennis has wreaked havoc on Britain, forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights and trains, and the deaths of at least two people yesterday.
As the so-called bomb cyclone battered the coastline, as much as a month’s worth of rainfall was predicted overnight and into Sunday morning in some parts of the UK.
By late on Saturday night there were 104 active flood warnings in England and Wales urging people to take immediate action, with another 369 flood alerts. The Met Office has issued eight weather warnings covering most of the UK for this weekend, with hundreds of homes and businesses at risk of flooding. Inland, many parts of the country had been recovering from Storm Ciara last weekend, which flooded 800 homes and left half a million people without electricity. The latest assault by the weather was forcing clean-up operations to stop. Energy firms were battling to restore power to dozens of areas. At 11pm last night, Britain’s six power networks were reporting power cuts in 299 areas, with 107 in Scotland.
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