Floods in Moselle: the situation continues to improve, a committee to monitor the return to normal has been set up

Floods in Moselle: the situation continues to improve, a committee to monitor the return to normal has been set up
Floods in Moselle: the situation continues to improve, a committee to monitor the return to normal has been set up

Moselle prepares back to normalafter the numerous floods which affected it last week.

Less precipitation than expected

This Tuesday, May 21, between midnight and noon, he finally less than expected. The total rainfall is between 8 and 18 millimeters, therefore less than what Météo France had initially predicted (20 to 30 mms). The rainy zone continues to stagnate in the north of the department but precipitation should ease in the afternoon and the rain flood alert level should return to green soon.

Some rivers on yellow alert

Regarding the level of the watercourses, the Saar downstream Blies has returned to green. The Nieds, the Seille, the Sarre Amont and the Middle Sarre Eichel, however, remain on high yellow alert.

Seven secondary roads still cut

Seven secondary roads remain cut off on the secondary road network, mainly in the sectors of Forbach and Sarreguemines. Details can be found on the network site managed by the departmental council.

A monitoring committee set up

The Moselle Prefecture announces that it will hold a flood monitoring committee tomorrow, Wednesday. “in order to support municipalities in their efforts and provide them with the support they need. It will make it possible to carry out an inventory of the consequences of the floods, to provide information on the procedure for recognizing the state of natural disasterand to organize the return to normal activities of impacted municipalities, businesses and residents, by mobilizing the stakeholders concerned.” This committee will bring together parliamentarians, mayors of affected municipalities, the mayors’ association, the association of rural mayors, the departmental council, consular chambers, insurance mediators and state services.

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