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Parts of Kent on flood alert

Parts of Kent on flood alert

11 September 2014

High tides of up to 4.6 metres were expected to flood parts of coastal Kent today with alerts issued for many areas.

Southeastern's new deal for Kent despite chequered past

Southeastern's new deal for Kent despite chequered past

11 September 2014

Southeastern has won a deal to run trains in Kent until 2018 - despite ministers admitting passengers have not always had the service they deserve.

Pictured: 'Tornado' spotted over Kent

Pictured: 'Tornado' spotted over Kent

26 August 2014

Sky-spotters grabbed their cameras after spotting a large tornado forming over Kent.

Kent hit with new flood alert

Kent hit with new flood alert

26 August 2014

After Kent's washout Bank Holiday, a new flood alert has been issued for parts of the county.

Floody Friday! Kent under weather warning

Floody Friday! Kent under weather warning

15 August 2014

The county is set to be hit by thunderstorms and heavy rain - as yet another weather warning is slapped on the region.

Homes flooded by orange river of sludge

Homes flooded by orange river of sludge

15 August 2014

A developer has been ordered to make changes to a building site after a river of clay flooded a row of houses, causing huge damage.

Flash floods cause havoc on roads

Flash floods cause havoc on roads

14 August 2014

Heavy rain has turned roads into virtual rivers as downpours flood areas of Kent.

Fallen tree causing delays

Fallen tree causing delays

11 August 2014

A tree that has fallen in Tunbridge Wells is causing delays for motorists.

Town centre flood chaos

Town centre flood chaos

11 August 2014

New Romney High Street looked like a lake after flooding today.

More flood alerts for Kent after county lashed by storm

More flood alerts for Kent after county lashed by storm

11 August 2014

Two flood alerts have been issued for the county because of more severe weather expected after the remnants of Hurricane Bertha ripped through Kent.

Parts of Sittingbourne flooded after thunder and rain

Parts of Sittingbourne flooded after thunder and rain

10 August 2014

Parts of Sittingbourne have been affected by flooding as another storm hit the town this morning.

Hurricane Bertha winds smash into country fair

Hurricane Bertha winds smash into country fair

10 August 2014

The remnants of Hurricane Bertha wrecked gazebos at a summer fair.

Roof collapse at supermarket

Roof collapse at supermarket

10 August 2014

Morrisons, off Sutton Road, Maidstone, was closed after part of the roof caved in this morning.

Severe weather lashes county

Severe weather lashes county

08 August 2014

Several roads are flooded as thunderstorms and heavy rain lash Kent.

Environment Agency introduces new flood wardens

Environment Agency introduces new flood wardens

05 August 2014

A team of dedicated flood wardens has been set up by the Environment Agency in an attempt to organise the County's response to flooding.

'Hand of God' in clouds

'Hand of God' in clouds

04 August 2014

This spooky image seems to show a hand coming out of the clouds as storms gather over Kent.

Thunderstorms batter Kent... again

Thunderstorms batter Kent... again

28 July 2014

Severe thunderstorms and rain lashed Kent overnight... leading to power outages and surface flooding.

Weather warning issued for Kent

Weather warning issued for Kent

27 July 2014

Heavy rain and storms are predicted across the southeast this afternoon and tomorrow

Great start to youth regatta despite weather

Great start to youth regatta despite weather

22 July 2014

Olympic sailing aces were among the hundreds of visitors and competitors in Walmer for the National Youth Regatta at the Downs Sailing Club this week.

People left counting the cost after storm and flood

People left counting the cost after storm and flood

21 July 2014

A man's attic was set on fire and a pensioner's roof collapsed as extreme weather conditions hit the borough.

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