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Kent faces double warning for snow and flooding - with the Nailbourne and Little Stour under flood alert

27 February 2014
by KentOnline reporter

Parts of Kent face a double threat - of flooding AND snow or sleet.

In the Nailbourne and Little Stour areas between Lyminge and Stourmouth there's a flood warning - meaning flooding is expected and imminent action is needed.

Meanwhile, the Met Office has issued a weather warning for snow across the South East.

Winter driving on roads

Winter driving on roads

Forecasters say higher ground will be worst affected, and it is thought Kent will see just a bit of sleet. 

The forecast for the region for tonight predicts ground frost, but rain and possibly sleet later. Temperatures will plummet to around 1C.

Tomorrow looks set to have "periods of occasionally heavy rain or sleet". 

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