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Rain, sleet and snow showers set to batter Kent

Kent is set for a battering as a band of heavy rain threatens to lash the county.

Weather experts at the Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for rain across the region from Sunday, and lasting into Monday morning.

It's predicted the rain could reach up to 20mm in places - with a risk if could turn to sleet or settling snow, especially over the hills.

A path disappears under rain water. Stock image
A path disappears under rain water. Stock image

This could lead to localised flooding.

A Met Office experts said: "A front will move slowly across the area on Sunday, clearing during the early hours of Monday. Rain will be heavy at times, and as cold air cuts beneath the rain-bearing cloud, it may turn to sleet or snow."

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