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Denia sees bulk of storm as 126mm torrential rains shut city streets

BayRadio | November 4, 2020

Denia has been the worst-hit region in the entire Valencian Community, according to local met offices.

Denia’s port area has been shutoff today by torrential rains that swept down Spain’s eastern coastline.

Plaza Benidorm – at the northern end of Denia’s port – and the Explanada Cervantes by the fishmarket were closed to traffic for most of the morning.

Policía Local first closed roads near Camí de la Bota at the industrial-zone entrance to Denia at 8.30am, according to Denia-based paper La Marina Plaza.

See pictures of Denia today in MeteOrihuela’s post:

¡Unos tanto y otros tan poco! 🌧 #Lluvias persistentes en algunos puntos de la #ComunidadValenciana. Esta mañana…

Posted by MeteOrihuela on Wednesday, 4 November 2020

Precipitation

Denia has received 126mm of rain so far – the most in the Valencian region, according to MeteoClimatic.

It is followed by Pego with 68mm and then Pedreguer (15mm) and Jávea (3-12mm).

The province of Castellón (north of Valencia) saw up to 38mm in areas, while the province of Valencia saw a maximum of 38mm in parts.

Online weather watchers AVAMET have an interactive map of rainfall in the Valencian Community. See here.

The Marina Alta region of Alicante remains on a yellow weather warning, in place until Friday morning.

Online site Meteoclimatic also has an interactive map, showing precipitation at various points in the Valencian Community. See here.

Written by BayRadio