It's coming: NASA's Terra satellite took this stunning image of today's 70mph Atlantic storm at 12.45pm as it span towards the South-West
~Temperatures up to 10C below normal and sunshine down 60 per cent in worst June since records began
~Emergency services issue a 'major flood' alert in the South-West and Wales as Atlantic front sweeps in
~After a dry spell yesterday and today, downpours and gusts are set to return with a vengeance tonight
~Environment Agency issues two warnings where flooding was expected and 12 where possible today
Britain is at risk of being lashed by a once in 50 years storm, forecasters warned today.
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The Weather Channel said rivers would be overwhelmed and warned of a 'major flooding event' as Nasa released this satellite picture of a huge low sweeping in from the Atlantic.
Forecasters at the Met Office have already predicted 60mph hurricane-force winds will bring three months of rain over the next three days, making June the wettest since records began.
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- Victoria Ward - telegraph.co.uk