A severe thunderstorm strike region of Dalmatia in Croatia. Torrential rain swept first, followed by hail, which was the size of tennis balls. Hail was falling on two occasions, the first ten minutes, and then later another five minutes. In only few hours the amount of rainfall exceeded 3 months average. The worst hit was city of Split with 73 liters and Šibenik with 60 liters of rain per square meter that caused street floodings. In addition to floods, due the strong storm Šibenik was left without electricity and telecommunication networks. (Dnevnik.hr)
Split has been affected by heavy rain,windstorm and tennis bal-sized hail. Riva was flooded, and restaurateurs are trying to save the tents, chairs and tables on the terraces. The Marmont street practically turned into a river. (Index)
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