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The municipal park "Marcos Ortiz" closes this Wednesday to avoid accidents as a result of the effects of the strong wind (10/09/2019)

The Department of City Services has decided to close tomorrow Wednesday access to the facilities of the municipal park "Marcos Ortiz" to avoid accidents to possible atmospheric phenomena, especially as a result of the effects of the wind and rain source, following the recommendations of Civil Protection in this town.

The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) issues a yellow level warning tomorrow for adverse wind and coastal phenomena in the Region of Murcia.

Thus, maximum wind gusts of 70 km / hour are expected in the Campo de Cartagena and Mazarrón, Noroeste, Guadalentín Valley, Lorca, Águilas and Mazarrón.

The Isolated Depression in High Levels (DANA) will arrive in the Region this Wednesday, when the effects with the first rains will begin to be noticed.

However, they will not be intense and widespread until Thursday, as announced by the State Meteorological Agency, which issued an orange warning for the whole day: up to 40 liters can be registered in one hour and 100 in 12 hours.

The rainy episode will continue on Friday but rainfall will decrease in quantity and intensity until it disappears at the end of the week.

In fact, there is already a yellow warning for coastal phenomena, for rains for the Altiplano and Vega del Segura from 6:00 pm to midnight, and for winds for the Campo de Cartagena and Mazarrón and for the Guadalentín Valley, Lorca and Águilas of 16 at 21 hours.

In fact, the wind threatens to be the highlight on Wednesday.

The DANA arrives accompanied by a drop in surface that can affect the Region with strong gusts of up to 70 kilometers per hour.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana

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