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This unusual funnel cloud was spotted on Dover seafront today.
The picture was taken by Nigel Scutt as he looked towards HMS Kent.
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A Met Office yellow warning for heavy rain has been issued for the south east. The warning is in place until 8pm with the likelihood of localised surface water flooding and difficult driving conditions.
The rain and showers will be often heavy with a risk of hail, lightning and gusty winds. 30 mm rainfall is possible in 2-3 hours in places, with some locations perhaps seeing 40 mm in less than 6 hours.
Rain and showers will become less heavy towards evening before clearing after dusk.
Get the latest weather forecast for where you live here.
Strong winds have closed the i360. The moving observation tower - the tallest in the world - is on Brighton beach. Staff are closely monitoring the weather and say it is due to improve soon.
Only last month, the attraction broke down as part of "teething problems" leaving passengers stuck in the viewing pod. Specialist engineers were called in to work on it.
The i360 opened in August and is expected to welcome around 70,000 visitors a year who can enjoy panoramic views of the Sussex coastline and South Downs national park. The pod climbs to 450 feet (138 metres).
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