2012 set to be the 'wettest summer in 100 years'


The summer of 2012 is set to be the second wettest in the UK since records began - and the wettest summer in 100 years - provisional Met Office figures suggest.

There was more disruption on Thursday in Cumbria when a train was derailed after a landslide, and there was flash flooding elsewhere in the county.

Danny Savage reports.

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