Moselle on red alert for rain-flooding, three departments in orange

Moselle on red alert for rain-flooding, three departments in orange
Moselle on red alert for rain-flooding, three departments in orange
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The Moselle is on red alert this Friday, May 17 afternoon due to the risk of rain and flooding.

The Moselle is on red alert this Friday, May 17 afternoon due to the risk of rain and flooding.

WEATHER – One “very significant rainy episode near the German border requiring maximum vigilance”. Météo France has placed Moselle on red alert for “rain-flooding” this Friday, May 17 at midday. The alert is valid between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m., specifies the forecasting service.

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The rains started Thursday evening in the north of Lorraine and Alsace but, this Friday, “the quantities of water expected for the episode are revised upwards”. The accumulations “will be of the order of 80 and 100mm from the region of Thionville to Alsace bossue”.

In addition to the Moselle, the Vosges and Meurthe-et-Moselle are on orange alert for flood risks. The Bas-Rhin is concerned by this same level of vigilance for floods as for rain.

More information to come…

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