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6:38am 24th September 2012
(Updated 6:38am 24th September 2012)
Heavy rain and strong winds batter Cornwall.
The Met Office has issued an amber warning until 4pm on Monday.
Six flood alerts are in place this morning for rivers from St Austell to Saltash and Tavistock and locals are being urged to take care on the drive to work.
Click Environment Agency for all the latest updates as they change.
Forecasters tell us the worst of the weather should start to clear from the west, to leave a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers this afternoon.
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