Between record rainfall making this the wettest start to a British summer in over a century and hailstones the size of cricket balls, the havoc the weather is wreaking across the UK is reaching incredible levels.
The AA has claimed that £35m will be paid out on the back of damage inflicted to cars during a two-week period, and it is estimated that the total costs of paying for damage caused by recent flooding will be at their highest level since 2007, when insurers faced a bill of £3bn.
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