Previziunile meteo mai anunță cel puțin o zi cu precipitații care vor afecta și mai mult balastul din gropile lăsate în urma intervențiilor celor de la E.On.
Un site gratuit épatant là pour prévoir sa sortie en bateau, grâce aux prévisions du SHOM, avec un maréegramme remarquable (sur sept jours suivant la date choisie). Maréegramme qui est cliquable sur heures et hauteur d’eau qui permet de voir instantanément la hauteur d’eau en fonction…
Inde du Nord - Rameurs sur le Gange en crue à Bénarès. août 1977.
THE downpours causing flash flooding along Australia’s east coast are set to intensify with a rolling monsoon trough that may dump up to 300mm next week.
The Bureau of Meteorology’s warning yesterday came as more than 3000 people were evacuated from low-lying homes on the NSW north coast and flood warning were issued for every major river system between Taree and the Queensland border — a 500km stretch taking in dozens of towns.
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh cancelled Brisbane’s official Australia Day celebrations for safety reasons as flood warnings were imposed for five southeastern river systems and Wivenhoe Dam began draining its reservoir.
NSW’s State Emergency Service urged mass evacuations for about 1800 people at Chinderah, about 1000 at Murwillumbah, Condong and Tumbulgum, and about 400 in the low-lying Tweed Coast hamlet of Fingal Head. An additional 500 people were last night isolated in the Coffs Coast town of Darkwood, with volunteers ferrying supplies to the stranded population.
Queensland’s SES issued no evacuation orders last night but reported more than 1500 requests for assistance since Tuesday, when the flood emergency began, compared with 350 in NSW.
BOM Queensland regional director Jim Davidson said the east coast was enduring the first phase of the weather pattern — brought by a upper trough over southeast Queensland and northern NSW — and it would be followed by intensified rain when the system joins with a monsoon trough from the north in coming days.
The third phase, a potential offshore cyclone, could develop from a tropical low next week and lash the Queensland coast with fierce winds and heavy rain. “We’re not looking at a weather event or a flood event of anything near the scale that we saw last year … but all the same there will be some areas that see exceptional rain and there may even be some major flooding,” Mr Davidson said.
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