Torrential rainfall hit Serbian capital Belgrade on Sunday, June 23, 2019, submerging parts of the metropolis and creating traffic chaos. This is its third such event in just 7 days.
The worst affected were areas left of River Danube where meteorological stations registered 100 mm (3.9 inches) of rain within 45 minutes - approximately 1 month worth of June rain.
Roads and homes were flooded across the capital, kindergartens and commercial buildings closed.
A kanalizacija super uradjena.. pic.twitter.com/ip5EChnLyv— GD (@dgajevic) June 23, 2019
Bellagio Cvijićeva pic.twitter.com/IHdkUeuQnc— Aleksandar Kokotović (@kokota) June 23, 2019
Intense hailstorm was reported in central Serbia on the same day, damaging crops and disrupting traffic.
Featured image credit: GD
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