systems and rapidly increasing river flows, for example in the River Fowey. The short, steep, rapidly responding nature of Cornwall's river catchments make them particularly susceptible to flooding from this type of intense rainfall: the most dramatic example of this in recent years occurred at Flooding
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on the A30, the A388, and minor roads, and the Newquay to Par rail line was disrupted again. The Fowey River overtopped its banks. In Wales, on the 18th there were reports of flooding between Aberdare and Fernhill, and along the River Teifi, and a tree blocked the railway line between Pembroke Dock
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