Fierce storms brought on by a powerful low-pressure front (Dana) have forced train services to be cancelled between Spain’s Catalonia and Valencia
Sunday, September 3: Heavy rains have caused flooding on rail tracks between Ulldecona and Amposta, in the province of Tarragona. Rail operator Renfe has announced that the suspension of service will last until further notice.
Passengers are advised to check the status of their train before travelling. The storm has also caused other problems in the region. The AP-7 highway has been closed between Tarragona and Castellón due to flooding. There have also been reports of power outages in some areas.
Storms have brought strong winds and rain to Valencia throughout the day, causing flooding and power outages in some areas. The storms are expected to continue throughout the day and into the evening.
The wind gusts could reach up to 100 km/h and the rain could cause flooding in some areas. The authorities are warning people to be careful and to avoid driving if possible. They are also asking people to stay away from the coast and to be aware of the risk of flooding.
The authorities are urging people to be careful and to avoid travelling if possible. They are also asking people to stay away from flooded areas.
Here are some tips for staying safe during a storm:
- Stay indoors if possible.
- If you must go outside, be aware of your surroundings and avoid flooded areas.
- Do not drive if possible. If you must drive, be careful and slow down.
- Stay away from trees and power lines.
- If you are caught in a storm, seek shelter immediately.
The storms are expected to clear by tomorrow morning. However, the authorities are warning that there is still a risk of flooding and power outages. People are advised to stay informed of the latest weather conditions and to follow the instructions of the authorities.tuneshareGoogle it