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Torrential rain hits London and Southeast England

Hello everyone,

Torrential rain has paralyzed Southeast England and London, the capital city, since yesterday. Heavy flooding and violent thunderstorm have greatly disturbed land a railway traffic. Significant damages have also been reported.

Many homes and businesses have been flooded and cars trapped by water. Some buildings have also been hit by lightning. The London Fire Brigade have received not less than 300 calls from 1.30 am to 3 am this Thursday, June 23.

Latest forecasts show that the weather is not likely to improve for the time being. Heavy rain and flash floods are expected in the next few hours, particularly in Essex and London.

If you are on the spot, feel free to inform us about the current weather conditions.

My overground station was closed because of flooding.The buses were fully packed.....It was a big time chaos :(  but somehow i managed to reach the office. :cheers:

kkj85 :

My overground station was closed because of flooding.The buses were fully packed.....It was a big time chaos :(  but somehow i managed to reach the office. :cheers:

The Underground/Tube was an option.

Well for me there was no UD option.

Near Forest gate the only option is a Bus.The closest UG Station is stratford :cheers:

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