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Whilst we've had a very wet few days across western Scotland, some parts of England have had no measurable rain this month and there's very little, if any, in the week ahead.
A vast stretch of coast is lashed by torrential rain and huge swells, causing widespread damage.
About 550 acres (220 hectares) have now been damaged at Wareham Forest, in Dorset.
BBC Weather presenter Cecilia Daly explains why there were sightings of this optical phenomenon.
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