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Brits could wake up to flooding later today after the England Environment Agency issued half a dozen alerts. The six alerts, which are issued to show flooding remains possible, were put out across England.
Three alerts were issued in the East of England, with Hundred Foot Washes in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, Sutton Gault Causeway in Cambridgeshire and Welney Causeway in Norfolk all identified as areas affected.
River Thame and Chalgrook Brook in Oxfordshire also face possible flooding.
Two additional alerts have been issued for River Lugg south of Leominster, South Devon coast from Start Point to Dawlish Warren.
England’s Environment Agency will upload further updates between 8am and 9am.
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No flood alerts or warnings have been issued in Scotland or Wales.
But England’s warnings come as the Met Office forecasts for rain to remain in place throughout the week.
The UK’s weather service said a “band of rain” would move eastwards on Tuesday.
However, conditions overnight are expected to turn wetter.
The Met Office forecast claimed: “Band of cloud and rain moving across remaining areas, heavy in the northwest, but little rain in the east.
“Clear spells following, but rain, some heavy for Northern Ireland later.”
Rainfall is also expected at the tail-end of the week.
The Met Office said: “Cloudy and windy with rain at times in the west.
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“Drier with sunshine in the southeast, warm in the sunshine, but rain arriving Friday.
“Showers Saturday with further rain later.”
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