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Flash Flood Warnings For UK After Heavy Rain
Parts of the UK face flood warnings and potential landslides after storm fronts brought heavy rain over the weekend.
Cornwall, Devon and Somerset were particularly badly hit after torrential rainfall in a short space of time.
Fire crews in north Somerset spent more than six hours pumping water out of homes and were at the scene of a "serious" landslip near Bristol.
Last month, two people were killed when a landslide engulfed their car in Beaminster, Dorset. Their bodies remained undiscovered for 10 days.
A spokesman for Avon Fire and Rescue said: "As a result of the heavy rains and the run-off surface water from the surrounding fields, we had some major landslips within the lane, bringing down lots of soil, rocks and other debris, including fallen trees."
Emergency services were hit with around 80 calls after homes were flooded in Nailsea.
Firefighters also rescued two people after their car became trapped in water at Redpost, near Bude.
Parts of west Wales have also received warnings of possible flooding.
The Met Office has an amber warning in place, indicating slow-moving torrential downpours with the risk of hail and strong winds.
The Environment Agency has put a flood warning in place on the River Hydfron at Llanddowror, Carmarthenshire, and an alert on rivers on the eastern Cleddau, Pembrokeshire.
A spokesman said: "The combination of ground conditions, existing river levels and forecast rainfall quantities gives a high risk of flooding of low-lying land during the next 12 hours.
"There is the potential for extremely intense showers to develop over the next few hours into Sunday afternoon."
In northern England, properties and roads were inundated after heavy rain moved across the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland on Saturday.
Flash flooding closed the A69 in Haltwhistle, Northumberland, and properties were flooded near Boroughbridge, Ripon and Harrogate.
Roads in southern Scotland were also affected after flash flooding hit the Jedburgh area.
Amber "be prepared" warnings are in place for southwest Scotland, Lothian, Borders and Strathclyde. Yellow warnings have also been issued for the Highlands, Western Isles, Central Scotland, Tayside and Fife.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued 10 flood alerts across Scotland.
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