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In pictures: England weather

Clouds in Shropshire. Picture by Steve Hughes

The extreme weather has produced some dramatic cloud formations. This was seen from a bedroom window in Wellington, Shropshire, by Steve Hughes.

Louth, Lincolnshire. Picture by Michael Wilkinson

Fire and rescue teams helped people evacuate their homes in Louth, Lincolnshire, when 50 properties were inundated. Picture by Michael Wilkinson.

Children play in the flood. Picture by Eric McGough

With school closed, Charlie, Tyne and Poppy the dog make the most of the floods at Hogsthorpe, Lincolnshire. Picture by Eric McGough.

Flooded road in Gloucester. Picture by Mike Parry.

Many roads have been affected by flooding. This picture was taken at Longlevens, Gloucester, by Mike Parry.

Flooding in Hull.  Picture by Asim Munir

Many parts of Hull have been flooded, with water up to 5ft deep in places. Picture by Asim Munir.

Dog in flood. Picture by Anthony Hagger

After raining cats and dogs for days, the ground is saturated. Picture by Anthony Hagger.

Wath-upon-Dearne, South Yorkshire. Picture by Sean Hudson

Roads at Wath-upon-Dearne, South Yorkshire, have become impassable. Picture by Sean Hudson

Flooded railway. Picture by Steve Jenkins

Rail services have been disrupted. This picture was taken by Steve Jenkins from a train near Grantham, Lincolnshire.

Wind and rain bring travel chaos
25 Jun 07 |  England

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