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A 'Friday Retro' feature in the Yorkshire Evening Post of July 31 2020 was titled 'Monsoon rainfall brings Leeds to a standstill' and had images of flooded scenes, mainly of traffic chaos in the centre of Leeds. The feature noted the "near Biblical proportions" storm was in July 2002 but did not give the date. That will however be July 30 2002 as that was when there was a tremendous electrical storm for about 20 minutes from just gone 16:00 (at least locally in Alwoodley). Within moments King Lane in front of the then Alwoodley Motor Service garage was flooded and very shortly so was the inside of the garage. I has just gone out at the time and dashed back to get my camera. These are 3 of the images I took while the event was still going on. The third image shows a nearby drain that could not take the deluge.
A rainbow is a ribbon that Nature puts on when she washes her hair.