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7:54am 16th December 2011
(Updated 7:54am 16th December 2011)

Cornwall has been put on a severe weather warning till Monday.

The Met Office says it is because of a mixture of gales and ice.

Forecasters say there will be heavy rain on Friday morning.

The Environment Agency has issued flood alerts for the Rivers Tamar, Looe, Seaton, Lynher and Fowey.

And rivers around St Austell, Par, Helford, Fal and the whole of north and west Cornwall.

You can find the latest alerts, warning and advice here.

7:54am 16th December 2011

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