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05.10.2021
Warm weather is coming back to the United Kingdom

Londoners could be embracing the return of warmer weather with potential highs of 21C after a wet weekend. Forecasters said it would be a “week of two halves”; autumnal weather would continue over the next few days before the mercury begins to climb again from Wednesday. After a washout weekend, Monday will see widespread heavy showers throughout the day with some hail and a low-risk of thunder. And it will get worse before it gets better. Strong gales will batter the south-west England on Tuesday which could cause some localised flooding. Temperatures on Monday will reach around 16-17C before it drops to highs of 14C on Tuesday which is three degrees lower than the average for October.

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05.10.2021
Cyclone Shaheen hits Oman and killed three people

Tropical Cyclone Shaheen killed four people as it slammed into Oman on Sunday with ferocious winds and heavy rain, flooding streets, prompting evacuations from coastal areas and delaying flights to and from the capital, Muscat. As the cyclone approached, a child who had been swept away by water was found dead, the state news agency said, and another missing person was also found dead. Two Asian workers were killed when a hill collapsed on their housing area in an industrial zone, the state news agency reported. When its eye crossed land, the cyclone was carrying winds of between 120 and 150 km per hour (75-93 mph), Omani authorities said. It was throwing up waves of up to 10 metres.

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05.10.2021
Heavy flooding hits Italian Liguria

Heavy rains hit some valleys in the interior of Liguria, especially in the Savona area. So far, no casualties have been reported. Powerful floods began with the arrival of the first strong seasonal storm in Liguria, it was called Christians. Over the past few hours, a thunderstorm has broken out on the coast above Savona between Pietra Ligure and Loano. Meteorologists say it has "self-sustaining" properties: it constantly draws in warm and very humid air from the sea. This is leading to continued heavy rains, according to daswetter.com.

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