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Bolton seems to have emerged relatively unscathed from the strong winds that battered the region yesterday.
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Today is expected to be another day of severe weather.
The Met Office has issued warnings for heavy rain and strong winds, with residents being warned of potential disruption this could cause.
Rain is forecast for most of the day, until about 5pm when it is expected to dry up for the evening.
Gusts of upto 60mph are expected today, creating the possibility of causing damage to buildings and other objects.
Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 11°C, with a low of 3°C.
There are no major incidents of note on our roads as of yet, but the wet weather is making driving difficult.
There is heavy traffic on the M62 westbound from junction 21 at Milnrow to junction 18 at Simister Island, and traffic is also slow on the M60 anti-clockwise between junction 17 at Prestwich to junciton 13 at Worsley.
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