Weather: 16 degree warmth fades as wind and rain set to lash Britain
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The yellow thunderstorm warning will be in place across much of the south and east of England and south Wales on Sunday between 12pm and 6pm. The thick band of thunderstorms will move quickly eastwards, perhaps leading to some localised disruption including flooding and road closures. Where flooding or lightning strikes occur, there is a chance of delays and some cancellations to train and bus services. There is also a danger of damage to trees and buildings, such as fallen branches and tiles blown from roofs in the affected areas.
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Yellow weather warning in place across England and Wales
The Met Office has announced there will be a yellow weather warning in place across much of England on Sunday.
The weather warning, cautioning thunderstorms, stretches from Norwich, across to Cardiff, and down to Exeter.
It will be in place from 12pm until 6pm Sunday.
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