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Severe weather warning downgraded for East Anglia

PUBLISHED: 14:36 23 January 2014 | UPDATED: 17:11 23 January 2014

Cars make their way through the wet and windy weather along Edward Benefer Way in King's Lynn.

Cars make their way through the wet and windy weather along Edward Benefer Way in King's Lynn.

© Archant Norfolk 2013

The Met Office has downgraded a severe weather warning for Sunday

Rain and gales are still expected over the next couple of days, however.

The heaviest rain is forecast to come on Sunday evening, with 10-15mm of rain predicted, which could still lead to localised flooding.

A yellow warning, which means be aware, has been issued to people living in the south west of England for Sunday.

Initially the weather warning covered the east but it is believed now that it will on impact the south west of the country.

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