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Summer In Britain Is a Washout

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Britain's summer may be an utter washout with weather from Iceland about to hit them next. On Sunday, torrential downpours began in the South of England and continued to move northwards battering much of the rest of England. A Met Office forecaster said there was “no end in sight” to the rain. He said the FREAK conditions were due to an area of low pressure — which normally lies between the north coast of Scotland and Iceland — but was now off central Britain. “It’s been there the last two months and shows no sign of moving.” The Met Office has warned the miserable weather will be “relentless” with “showers, showers and more showers”. Yesterday severe weather warnings were still in force for many areas and there were three flood warnings. The rainfall is expected to continue into the week, causing temperatures to drop, with further showers forecast for next weekend. Floods, weather warnings and plummeting temperatures — summer 2007 will go down as ONE OF THE WORST EVER.
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