In photos: Venice “Acqua Alta” Flood (2019)

[CNN}- The Italian city of Venice is seeing its worst flooding in decades, prompting local authorities to submit a request for a state of emergency to the country’s central government, after an unusually high tide inundated the city on Tuesday. Tides of 140 centimeters (55 inches) or more are known as “acqua alta” in Italian, … Continue reading “In photos: Venice “Acqua Alta” Flood (2019)”

Harvey: Before And After Photos Of Catastrophic Houston Flood

Hurricane Harvey which made landfall in Texas as a Category 4 storm on August 25, caused “epic and catastrophic” flooding especially in Houston and some other parts of Texas. Floodwaters are expected to rise further in the inundated Houston as the flood situation in Texas is expected to worsen in the coming days. Below are some before … Continue reading “Harvey: Before And After Photos Of Catastrophic Houston Flood”

Aerial Photos: California’s Winter Floods 2017

NBC Los Angeles – Winter storms unleashed days of downpours on California. These aerial images show the extent of the flooding and effects of the unrelenting winter storms throughout the state, including San Jose, where 14,000 people were evacuated after neighborhoods were inundated with water. Several more weeks remain in California’s wet season, which brings … Continue reading “Aerial Photos: California’s Winter Floods 2017”

In Photos: San Jose Flood, Feb. 2017

San Jose, a hub of Silicon Valley south of San Francisco on Tuesday declared a local emergency, as the fast-rising flood water caught residents from about 500 houses and apartments near Senter Road and Phelan Avenue by surprise where the water level from the creek reached the top of cars. This week’s flooding in San … Continue reading “In Photos: San Jose Flood, Feb. 2017”

In Photos: South America Hit By Severe Flooding

More than 100,000 people have had to evacuate from their homes in the bordering areas of Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina due to severe flooding in the wake of heavy summer rains brought on by El Niño, authorities said on Saturday. In the worse affected country, Paraguay, around 90,000 people in the area around the … Continue reading “In Photos: South America Hit By Severe Flooding”

Photos: ‘Tsunami’ Flood Hit Cumbria Village Glenridding Again

The village of Glenridding in Cumbria is flooded for the second time in four days. (Please click here for Storm Desmond: Severe Flooding In Cumbria (Photos) Sky News reported,”Villagers in the Lake District describe the floodwaters as a “tsunami” that washed boulders weighing up to a tonne into the area.” Please click the photos for larger images:

Storm Desmond: Severe Flooding In Cumbria (Photos)

Police have declared a major incident in Cumbria after heavy rain and strong wind up to 80mph brought by Storm Desmond caused severe flooding in Cumbria. Cumbria is amongst the worst affected area in England by the storm where the River Greta near Keswick and the River Eden at Appleby overflowed, despite glass flood defences installed. The village of Shap in … Continue reading “Storm Desmond: Severe Flooding In Cumbria (Photos)”

In Photos: Flooding In India, Dec. 2015

The massive flood in Tamil Nadu, India caused the city of Chennai to be inundated. BBC reported a total of 269 people are now known to have died in floods in Tamil Nadu state since last month. Reuters reported that, even as the weather cleared, waters rose in many residential areas, fed by spills from 35 lakes … Continue reading “In Photos: Flooding In India, Dec. 2015”

In Photos: Devastating Chennai Flood, Dec. 2015

Two days of fresh rains had caused devastating flood in the southern Indian city of Chennai (Madras). BBC reported that at least 188 people are now known to have died in floods in Tamil Nadu state since last month. A depression in the Bay of Bengal has triggered rains in coastal areas. The flood waters entered … Continue reading “In Photos: Devastating Chennai Flood, Dec. 2015”

Flooded Sungai Besi Highway, Nov 30, 2015 – Photos And Video

Heavy rain has caused flash flood where the Sungai Besi highway became inundated with 2 feet of water causing a traffic standstill. New Strait Times reported that  by 6.30p.m. exit 902 heading to Balakong, Sg Long and Semenyih is accessible to traffic while the route heading to MRR2 was still cut off. Please click the photos for larger images: