Installed in orange management for flooding risk today in the early evening, the violence could have an impact on the Gard
weather. And the Var is also threatened. Météo France sent him an orange warning on the evening. At the case: the "dian-continental episode in which special study is required due to the large areas that expect lowlands"
On Thursday night-to-day, the Cévenol program is expected on the Cevennes, where the numbers of 120 to 150 mm are ordered, and 180 mm locally at the same time; program. This Friday, from 7 onwards, a stormy climb is planned on all sections. Then storms flow from the west to the east.
This Friday is strong #pluies and #orages Narrative from the east side of the Languedoc to the Cevennes: 50 to 80mm, loc> 100mm in a flat,> 150mm on the relief. Flood risk. Desertification to the east during night and night.#Gard #vigilanceorange
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– VigiWeatherFrance (@VigiMeteoFrance) November 22, 2018
School transport is hanged
This water series is particularly disturbing because the soils are full of water, after a bad weather hit the department in the evening from Monday to Wednesday.
Gordon's prefecture has decided to suspend school transport on Friday, but only for students to resume in the morning with transporters. Students can ask students at +33 (0) 4 66 36 40 74. Schools, however, are open to students. The regional transport network will also be arrested this Friday, due to the risk of bad weather.
– Montpellier Academy (@montmontell) November 22, 2018
Other lines arrested this Friday will name the Tango network.
Friday, November 23, 2018
➡️ But the lines of T1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 16 will run
➡ will No streams 11, 12, 21, 31, 32, 41, 42, 43, 51, 52, 61 and 62 are running.
➡️ Lines 70 to 87 and TEMPO and not distributed#bus
– Tango (@tangobus_en) November 22, 2018
Gard's prefecture requires residents to feel. It is remembered that you should not go on a flood road in any situation, or stay near a watercourse and that the substitutes or instructions that have been replaced, especially on roads, must be respected.