Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Why does it rain so much in Medellin? Idiom explains the climate phenomenon affecting the city

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Heavy rain in the capital of Antioquia Set alarm for citizens and officials after multiple emergencies, There was a flash flood in the Medellín River, which carried away two lighting barges about 5 meters high.

but Why does it rain so much in Medellin? The idiom explains the climatic phenomenon that affected the city and other municipalities, such as Itagui and Envigado.

“Significant moisture progress coming from the Brazilian Amazon in the last days have supported the development of rain in many areas of the Andean region and mainly in the Antioquia Department, Where there was significant rainfall accompanied by lightning storms and strong winds in Medellin and its surrounding areas,” explained Daniel Yuche Samdio, Idea Alert Coordinator.

That much water collapsed the sewage system and again, like last weekend, when two people drowned in a depression, flooded the Parque del Rio metro, trapping four vehicles and 15 people.

The city is waiting for a solution; first of them In the gloom, where the sensor and the talanquera will be, something that could take several months.

“It restricts entry of automobiles to people underground. We hope to have them installed by the first semester of this year”, indicated Juan David Palacio, director of the Metropolitan Area.

The second for the sewage system, which according to Mayor Daniel Quintero, will require a lot of time and money.

“It is going to replace all the sewerage and the entire rainwater system in the city with an urban drainage system, which requires a master plan because these works will not be done by one administration. Changes to the city’s sewer system could mean about 10 billion pesos, This is a huge amount for the city budget,” said the President.

Idea told that rains like the recent rains may be recorded again in the next few dayss. Fortunately, the last one did not regret any suffering or injury.

State of emergency in Itagüí

The torrential rains of the past few hours hit the residents of the municipality of Itagui, south of the Abura Valley, hard. In the Villa Lea neighborhood, the La Maria stream overflowed again, Causing flooding of homes and businesses. Remaining 42 are affected houses.

Like this neighborhood, 14 other points in Itagui suffered similar damage, many of them flooded and others triggered by landslides.

Under Secretary Lucas Alberto Espinosa said, “Fortunately, we don’t have any injuries or deaths that we have to report, so human life was preserved and we are currently doing cleanup and earthmoving work and we are doing a proper assessment.” Huh.” for management. Itagüí of risk.

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