Heavy rain and hail hit parts of Serbia and Croatia on Saturday. Meanwhile, Slovenia has suffered the worst floods in its history, and Spain is fighting fires in Catalonia, near the border with France.
Heavy rain and hail hit parts of Serbia and Croatia on Saturday.
In Croatia, the waters of the Sava River, located near Zagreb, could reach its peak this weekend.
In the Croatian municipality of Brdovec, homes were flooded and local residents were evacuated.
The worst floods in its history in Slovenia
Slovenia has suffered the worst floods in its history. The damage could exceed 500 million euros. It can be considered as the worst natural disaster in the (recent) history of Slovenia.
Torrential rains causing the death of at least three people and destroying roads, bridges and houses in the small alpine country.
Carinthia in Austria has also been affected by flooding as heavy rains continue across the country.
A large fire on the border of Spain and France
In Spain, a fire has spread rapidly in the municipality of Porbou, province of Gerona, Catalonia.
Firefighters continue to fight the forest fires that have so far devastated more than 500 hectares of land. More than 130 people have been evacuated from the coastal area.
Red alert in Portugal
In Portugal, more than 1,000 firefighters are fighting a forest fire in the Castelo Branco area.
And in Fátima, in central Portugal, a great column of smoke caused by a forest fire a hundred kilometers away, was seen billowing over her sanctuary, revered throughout the world.
Portugal’s State Meteorological Agency has issued a “red” alert for heat, warning pilgrims attending the Catholic World Youth Day festival to drink plenty of water.
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