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In Pictures: Flooding clear-up begins as further deluges predicted

Thunderstorms are forecast to cause further disruption and flooding on Tuesday and Wednesday.

High-volume pumps are being used to pump flood water back into the Steeping river in Lincolnshire (anny Lawson/PA)
High-volume pumps are being used to pump flood water back into the Steeping river in Lincolnshire (anny Lawson/PA)

Parts of the UK are continuing to suffer with flooding as weather forecasters predict further deluges.

The North East, Scotland and Northern Ireland are expected to see periods of heavy rain and hail.

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RETRANSMISSION CORRECTING LOCATION Houses surrounded by flood water on Matt Pitts Lane in Wainfleet All Saints, in Lincolnshire after the town had to deal with more than two months of rain in just two days.

There is also the potential for heavy showers in rain-hit Lincolnshire late on Tuesday, continuing into Wednesday. This could put further pressure on Wainfleet, which has suffered flooding in recent days.

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High-volume pumps are being used to pump flood water back into the steeping river in Lincolnshire, where streets and properties flooded after the town had more than two months of rain in just two days.
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A toy tractor surrounded by floodwater in Wainfleet All Saints, Lincolnshire, where streets and properties flooded after the town had more than two months of rain in just two days.
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Houses surrounded by partly submerged floodwater in Wainfleet All Saints, Lincolnshire, where streets and properties flooded after the town had more than two months of rain in just two days.
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A van drives through floodwater in Wainfleet All Saints, in Lincolnshire, where streets and properties flooded after the town had more than two months of rain in just two days.

A flooded pitch meant that Worcestershire had to switch its County Championship home cricket game with Sussex to Kidderminster.

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Worcestershire County Cricket Club’s New Road ground in Worcester fully submerged by floodwater following heavy rainfall in the area.
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Two Sussex cricket fans look over the submerged ground. Their match was moved to Kidderminster (Jacob King/PA)
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Worcestershire County Cricket Club’s New Road ground in Worcester fully submerged by floodwater following heavy rainfall in the area.
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(Jacob King/PA)
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Worcester Racecourse also suffered severe flooding (Jacob King/PA)
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(Jacob King/PA)
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(Jacob King/PA)

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