The department remains vigilant orange storms, floods and risk of flooding. Alix Roumagnac, president of Predict Services, takes stock of the situation on France Bleu Gard Lozère.

After the intense rains that hit the Gard on Tuesday, what to expect for Wednesday? The department remains vigilant orange storms, floods and risk of flooding. Alix Roumagnac, president of Predict Services, has just taken stock of the situation, live on France Bleu Gard Lozère. “There are many models. What is probable is rains in the department during the day. A priori, the scenario adopted is regular rains, rather on the reliefs. What is probable is an intensification of the rains in the course of the evening. “

“The particular point of the day, he specifies, is that a lot of water fell in the Vaunage area, in the Vistrenque, in the Quissac area yesterday. So the soils are very saturated. . Suddenly, even less rains than that of yesterday can cause the rivers to react. So the attitude to have is caution during the day, follow the situation “.

“It is regular rains, there are no signals of too strong stationarity during the morning. The observation will be major during the day. For the moment, we do not see anything on our radars like yesterday. is tomorrow that things will return to normal. And at the end of the situation, there may be an intensification but not stationary. “

“Some models say up to 80 millimeters, which in itself is not huge. But on the other hand, 80 millimeters which fall on an already saturated ground can make the rivers react.” Alix Roumagnac, president of Predict Services, on France Bleu Gard Lozère

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