10 people were killed and a large number of schools were suspended in Italy.

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 10 people were killed and a large number of schools were suspended in Italy.


According to Italys Ansha news agency, a heavy rain began sweeping across the country since 27. Italy suffered a massive storm Thursday, with instantaneous winds of 160 kilometers per hour in Sardinia and other places. Six districts issued red alerts and a large number of schools were closed.

Water city Venice suffered its biggest flooding in 10 years on Thursday, when the water level rose to 156 centimeters, a rare historical event. Two-thirds of the ancient city was flooded. According to the Global Times reporter, Venices ancient city was closed to tourists for one day, and local ferry services were suspended. However, on the morning of 30, the water level in Venice dropped and the flood subsided. In the famous scenic spot San Marco Square, the Global Times reporter saw many tourists as usual, unaffected, and the local cruise ships were fully restored. According to reports, the water level in Venice often rises in October every year, the local people have been accustomed to this, but this years situation is rare. Because the local drainage and flood control facilities are complete, the city can be restored within a day. However, according to local media reports, Venices Veneto region is likely to rise again in the near future, or reach a 1966 peak. Heavy snowfalls in central and southern Europe have blocked roads in France and stranded tourists in mountainous areas, AFP reported. The Mediterranean coastal countries have been experiencing extreme weather in recent weeks, killing more than 60 people, the German newspaper Bild said. The Spanish tourist island of Mallorca was hit by heavy rainfall at the beginning of the month, killing 13 people. Many vehicles on the island have been drifting for several kilometers with the flood. In the middle of October, a flood occurred in the southern part of France. The peak reached 7 meters and 5 cars were washed into the sea. German meteorologist Hoffman said that global warming causes changes in ocean surface temperature. This does not necessarily mean that the frequency of extreme weather is increasing, but its intensity may increase. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to http://www.huanqiu.com editor in charge of World Wide Web: Qiao Jing _NN6607

Water city Venice suffered its biggest flooding in 10 years on Thursday, when the water level rose to 156 centimeters, a rare historical event. Two-thirds of the ancient city was flooded. According to the Global Times reporter, Venices ancient city was closed to tourists for one day, and local ferry services were suspended. However, on the morning of 30, the water level in Venice dropped and the flood subsided. In the famous scenic spot San Marco Square, the Global Times reporter saw many tourists as usual, unaffected, and the local cruise ships were fully restored. According to reports, the water level in Venice often rises in October every year, the local people have been accustomed to this, but this years situation is rare. Because the local drainage and flood control facilities are complete, the city can be restored within a day. However, according to local media reports, Venices Veneto region is likely to rise again in the near future, or reach a 1966 peak.

German meteorologist Hoffman said that global warming causes changes in ocean surface temperature. This does not necessarily mean that the frequency of extreme weather is increasing, but its intensity may increase.