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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Mighty rains head South: Jet stream that brought Britain's worst storm in 30 years does an about-turn

By EMILY ALLEN

Devastation: The road is completely destroyed in Newburn where floodwater has wreaked havoc in the town leaving the infrastructure badly damaged

Britain was braced for yet more rain as forecasters revealed torrential downpours will do an about-turn and strike across southern England tonight.
The Met Office has issued a 'yellow warning' for large swathes of the South, South East and South West as it emerged the jet stream is sweeping the bad weather back down the country and is likely to cause more flooding.
People who had a grim start to the working week with cancelled trains, flooded roads and power cuts from Cornwall to Norfolk were told to standby because they may be about to go through it all over again.

Shocking: Residents had to be evacuated from the block as heavy rain washed away the gardens of the houses

The Met Office said an area of low pressure measuring 973 millibars had been recorded near the coast of the north east of England making the bad weather the most intense September storm for 30 years.
The Environment Agency still has 57 flood warnings in place and 100 less serious flood alerts with the River Ouse and its tributaries in Yorkshire being its main concern as water levels continue to rise.

Surf skiing the road: Surf instructor Oli Barrett made the most of the flooded roads in Castleford, using his surf board to get to work

The devastating rainfall came as an 11-year-old boy was left fighting for life when he was struck by lightning in a car park outside his school yesterday.
The youngster, named locally last night as Joe Compton, suffered severe burns and went into cardiac arrest when he was hit by the lightning bolt in a car park outside Dorcan Academy, a secondary school in Swindon.
Staff dialled 999 and paramedics arrived minutes later to take over the resuscitation efforts from first-aiders at the school.

Pulled by a 4x4 vehicle, Mr Barrett surfed on roads he would normally drive in Castleford

The schoolboy was conscious on arrival but was said to be in a ‘potentially life-threatening condition’ and was set to be transferred to the specialist major trauma centre at Frenchay Hospital, in Bristol.
The incident happened as hundreds of families in northern England counted the cost of the rainstorm. Around 400 properties have already been flooded and another 105,000 residents were warned by the Environment Agency they were at risk of flooding.

Waiting game: A man watching the floodwater rise in York as the River Ouse continues to fill

Evacuated: Office workers are forced out of their offices in York city centre yesterday morning

Deep water: Several bales are sat in at least a foot of water in a field outside East Weymms in Fife

Pump: Water is pumped from the drains from a flooded in street into the swollen River Ouse that burst its banks after heavy rain in York

Wellies on: A resident is helped as she leaves her home with a member of the fire service as flood waters from the River Wharfe rise in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire and right, a woman prepares to wade to a property as water levels continue to rise on the River Ouse after heavy rain in York

Enjoying a pint: Men sit in flood waters outside a bar as water levels continue to rise on the River Ouse in York while a man clears water from his flooded taxi office

Shelter: Tiny piglets at Pennywell Farm in Buckfastleigh in Devon are as fed up with the wet weather

Wading: A woman pokes her head out of a doorway in York as sandbags stop water seeping into her home and right, a woman gets a piggy back ride in the same city

Rain stops play: The Stoney Holme golf course in Carlisle is almost completely underwater

After: Locals were stunned as homes and vehicles in Footdee, known locally as Fittie, were covered in a blanket of the white stuff but today it's all gone

Source: dailymail



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