Severe weather for England’s east coast

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They were provided with hot drinks and sandwiches. On this village, front and back gardens were covered in branches and leaves from the fallen trees. Some trees even crashed down. The last major evacuation in Walcott – which has a population of 400 – was in 2007.
Residents in Hunstanton,Norfolk were confronted with winds of up 50 mph supposed to be the worst in nearly 20 years.
Police in Norfolk declared the coast as “very dangerous” and warned people to avoid displacement between Hunstanton and Weybourne.
Forecasters warned of a shock of cold weather, with ground frost and winds reaching 60 mph on the East Anglia. “There will be the risk of rain and showers in the south into the weekend” said the Met Office forecaster Dan Williams.

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