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More Bad Weather Rocks Suffolk

July 10, 2007

TORNADOS, heavy rain, thunder and lightning which have blighted Suffolk were today expected to make way for more seasonal weather.The recent tropical conditions have left the county wondering where summer has gone - but a more settled, warmer and drier outlook is forecast for the next few days.While parts of Europe have basked in searing temperatures as high as 46 degrees, the UK has taken a soaking.
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