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Nov 8, 2014
Zbog jakih kiša i naraslih bujica tijekom noći u središnjim i zapadnim dijelovima Slovenije voda je prodrla u nekoliko stotina kuća, a na istoku zemlje je zbog naraslog vodostaja došlo do mjestimičnog izlijevanja rijeke Drave na području između Maribora i granice s Hrvatskom.
Najviše kuća i objekata zbog bujica i naraslih podzemnih voda, poplavljeno je u Cerknici i okolnim selima, te u općini Ig kod Ljubljane.
Prema informaciji državne agencije za okoliš (ARSO), vodostaj rijeke Save se počinje smirivati, ali još uvijek raste u donjem toku prema hrvatskoj granici.
U porastu je vodostaj Drave čiji je trenutačni pretok na ulasku iz Austrije u Sloveniju 1700 kubnih metara u sekundi, a tijekom dana mogao bi dosegnuti 2000 kubnih metara, dvostruko više nego jučer.
Zbog opasnosti od poplava, Slovenija je inače u stanju pripravnosti s oko 60.000 pripadnika civilne zaštite.
Sava kod Zagreba (?) Foto: Čitatelj Indexa Milan R.
Zbog … vodostaji Save i svih pritoka su u porastu. Noćas se očekuje maksimalan protok rijeke Save na ulazu u Hrvatsku, nakon što su obilne oborine u Sloveniji u protekla dva dana izazvale velike probleme.
Što se očekuje u Hrvatskoj, rekao je Zoran Čavlović iz Hrvatskih voda: “Taj vodni val bi trebao svoj maksimum postići u nekim količinama oko 2.400 m3/s i negdje sa subote na nedjelju ući u Hrvatsku. To su vrijednosti protoka koje će kod nas na ovom uzvodnom dijelu rijeke Save u Zagrebu, pa uzvodno prema granici dovesti do proglašenje redovnih, a možda na jednom dijelu i izvanrednih mjera obrane od poplave.” …
Problemi i u Istri
Obilne kiše izazvale su protekle noći probleme u Istri.
Nabujala je rijeka Raša i poplavila podrume u kućama na području Buzeta, naselja Raše i Labina, pa su vatrogasci cijelu noć ispumpavali vodu.
Danas je stanje u Istri povoljnije. Ukinute su izvanredne mjere obrane od poplava što se tiče sliva i toka rijeke Raše, rekao je za Media servis županijski vatrogasni zapovjednik Dino Kozlevac.
“Padaline su prestale, trenutno nema ni oborina tako da je to sve omogućilo da vatrogasci, vatrogasne ekipe i sva komunalna poduzeća mogu sanirati do kraja i očekujemo da ćemo danas sanirati sve ono što je još ostalo, a to je voda u podrumskim prostorijama obiteljskih kuća. Ono najgore je trenutno za nama, a možemo biti zadovoljni da je 140 ljudi iz svih službi radilo svoj posao na najbolji mogući način, da nitko nije stradao i da su štete minimalne u odnosu na to kakve bi bile da nije bilo intervencija”, rekao je županijski vatrogasni zapovjednik Dino Kozlevac.
Dio Istre pod vodom
8. studenoga 2014.
Petak … Nebom iznad Hrvatske dominirali su oblaci, a kiše je najviše bilo na Jadranu i u predjelima uz Jadran. Čak 92 litre kiše po kvadratnom metru pale su u Roču, na obroncima Ćićarije u Istri.
Obilne oborine pale su u velikom dijelu Istre, osobito na istočnoj strani, na padinama Učke. Tamo je samo unutar 24 sata mjestimice palo preko 120 litara kiše po kvadratnom metru. U Labinu je samo tijekom 12 sati palo 138 mm kiše.
Obilne oborine izazvale su brojne bujice u tom dijelu Istre, a na cesti Labin – Raša promet se odvijao otežano zbog vode i kamenja na asfaltu.
Oborinske more ponegdje su zamutile obalni dio mora na istočnoj obali Istre…
Poplava u Pazinskoj jami, nabujala Raša, voda se prelijeva preko brane Letaj…
Obilne oborine posljednjih nekoliko dana uzrokovale su nagli porast vodostaja istarskih rijeka, a nabujali su i brojni potoci.
Prema podacima sa naših meteoroloških postaja najviše kiše palo je na istoku poluotoka. …
Published on Nov 8, 2014
Video: Antonella Križman
Published on Nov 8, 2014
Na Jadranu je i dalje puhalo jako jugo, ponegdje s olujnim, a na splitskom području i orkanskim udarima.
Petak je u velikom dijelu Dalmacije bio najvjetrovitiji dan od početka utjecaja ciklona, a najvjetrovitije je bilo na splitskom području od 19 do 20 sati kada su udari vjetra dosegnuli orkanskih 122,5 km/h.
Vjetar je dizao višemetarske valove uz obalu. Ova brzina juga najveća je u Splitu posljednjih nekoliko godina…
Published on Nov 7, 2014
November 05, 2014
… violent winds and torrential rain battered the south-east and east of France causing the death of one woman, closing Nice Airport and leaving thousands without power.
The A8 France-Italy motorway was closed by a mudslide in Nice, as was the A47 outside Lyon, and rail traffic between Lyon and Saint-Etienne was halted due to flooding at Trèves.
Dozens of roads in the south-east were closed, including the seafront
Promenade des Anglais in Nice where boulders had been thrown 30m by waves driven by the wind.
The Boulevard du Midi in Cannes was also closed.
Nice Airport was still closed early this morning as staff worked to clear the runways and taxiways of debris left by the storm. It reopened about 11.00.
Around 90 buildings, including 43 schools, in Nice were hit by flooding
caused by 20cm of rain in a few hours as the Alpes-Maritimes were hardest hit by the storms.
Pompiers saved one homeless man who had been sleeping under an arch of a bridge over the river Paillon in the city – which had risen quickly to three metres over its normal level.
Boats were driven ashore on the beach at Cannes and at Villefranche-sur-Mer, where pompiers saved one man.
This morning the storm front had moved towards Italy and Austria and all the orange storm alerts were lifted this morning but Bouches-du-Rhône, Gard and Vaucluse were still on orange alert for rivers flooding as were Saone-et-Loire and Vosges.
At Saint-Blaise, just north of Nice, a 32-year-old woman died when she was buried under a mudslide at the back of her house. A mother, she had just returned home from work as a nurse.
Further west, at Avignon, where the Rhône had burst its banks, campsites were evacuated and in Bouches-du-Rhône caravans were overturned in a park at Martiques.
Residents in more than 40 houses in Lamotte-du-Rhône, near Avignon, were evacuated as were 70 people living in Saint-Symphorien d’Ozon (Rhône) because of flooding.
More than 6,000 homes were also without electricity in Ardèche.
Published on Nov 6, 2014
The Tuscan city of Carrara was hit by major flooding on Wednesday, when torrential rain caused the Carrione River to burst its banks.
As water spread through the city, people were forced to wade through the flooded streets to safety while emergency services were called in to evacuate a number of families from their homes.
Reports there has been one fatality have been denied by Carrara’s Deputy Mayor Andrea Vannucci.
Published on Nov 5, 2014
Hundreds of residents were evacuated from the northern Tuscan city of Carrara on Wednesday after heavy rainfall led to widespread flooding in the area.
Published on Nov 5, 2014
Published on Oct 24, 2014
(Svako) Malo (svako) malo, pa smo u vodi.
Oct 25, 2014
Torrential rains in western Sweden have left some towns submersed as water levels have risen to 1.5 metres above normal for the season with forecasts indicating that is worse to come.
Some 90 millimetres of rain has fallen in areas of the west coast of Sweden on Saturday and water levels are continuing to rise.
“This Is probably the worst we have experienced in many years,” said Rolf Olausson at Stromstad emergency services.
Northern Bohuslän has suffered most from the heavy rainfall which pushed from the North Sea on Friday and Saturday night.
A number of buildings have been evacuated in the small town of Skee close to Stromstad.
“The people in their houses were completely surrounded by water and were unable to go anywhere. There is no point pumping out the water as it is filling up all the time,” Olausson said.
The emergency services are also concerned about an old stone bridge over Vättlandsan in Skee which they fear may be swept away in the flood waters.
“The water is now gushing under, over and on the sides. If it would collapse then we would get an underwater levy and that would not be good at all,” Olausson said.
Several roads in the area are completely closed and there have been reports of three incidents of drivers needing help to get out of their cars which had become stuck in the floods. ž
“In one case we had to deploy rescue divers when the water rose to over a metre. It’s pretty extreme“, said Kim Selland at the road authority in Gothenburg.
According to Selland the water is now starting to spread out along the E6 motorway.
“The water has nowhere to go. Levels are rising, reaching now the major roads that are usually located higher up from the ground. Soon there will not be a road that is not waterlogged. It is beginning almost to resemble Venice,” he said.
Rail services have also been hit with a report that ten people had to be evacuated from a train which was forced to stop along the Munkedal-Stromstad route after an embankment became flooded.
The Swedish meteorological authority SMHI has maintained a class 2 warning for minor waterways in the area. Forecasts indicate that the peak will be reached at some point over the weekend. According to Therese Fougman at SMHI, more rains could however fall during Sunday and Monday. “But then it’ll be small amounts, maybe five to ten millimetres.”
A comment of the reader on this article
“I am wondering why SMHI have not added a warning for this for Halland, many places here are flooded too. It seems the SMHI add warnings after the fact.”
… when people find out the Truth, they will be angry not only on the “agencies” or government “bodies” (which are usually corrupted), but they will be deeply disappointed with scientists from the field of seismology, geology, meteorology and alike which have kept the fact hidden. Not to mention astronomy… astronomers. Media. Etc.
All will come out. Just like: Wiki, for example. Starr is a male name, did you know?
Oh! I am receiving several signs of serious warning! Like always when I happen to (kind of) endanger the invisible hand of Cover-up Heads.
Oh, please, go home. Cover (up) your own selves!
Published on Oct 24, 2014
People in the Greek capital, Athens, are clearing up after a series of flash floods caused major disruption in parts of the city.
Torrential rain turned roads into rivers, sweeping away cars and uprooting trees.
There are no reports of any injuries but a number of homes and businesses were swamped with water.
Oct 19, 2014
Thousands of tourists holidaying in Tenerife have been caught in flash-flooding on the island.
Seven inches of rain fell in just 12 hours today, with tourists warned to stay in their hotels as landslides and fast-flowing waters led to road closures.
One 56-year-old woman died after suffering a heart attacks as she was swept along by flood water then became trapped under a parked car in Santa Cruz.
Video footage and photographs from the island show cars submerged in several feet of water and traffic struggling to pass through waterlogged city streets.
Roads were turned to rivers as flood waters gushed down hills.
Tarmac was ripped from the roads by the force of the deluge, and police have warned people not to drive unless their journeys were absolutely essential, until the storm dies out later on this evening.