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Severe weather warning for Norfolk

Severe weather warning for Norfolk

Published by KLFM
12:47pm 8th June 2019.

A severe weather warning has been issued for Norfolk.

The Met Office says our county will be hit by heavy rains next week.

The bad weather is expected to last from Monday (10th June) into Tuesday (11th June).

Officials say the heavy and prolonged rainfall could cause problems on our roads and on our public transport systems.

They're also warning us that there is a chance that we could see flooding in certain areas.

Some places could get up to 60mm of rainfall and the bad weather may last for up to 6 hours.

Get the latest updates on KLFM's Weather Page.

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