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Maybe less intense but still a lot of rain in the SW

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The lows maybe not as intense, and the gradients not as tight, but that means the features that wrap around the lows are slower and take longer to clear, so if you have a look at the estimated accumulations for today since 0000 UTC they are still as high in my opinion. at least for the SW of England & Wales as they have been for any of the events in recent weeks.
 
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Here in Leeds the GFS suggests that bar a shower or two we won't get meaningful rainfall until Thursday.

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