In Paris, a top record of 1960 in the amount of precipitation per day

In Paris, a top record of 1960 in the amount of precipitation per day

PARIS, June 12 — RIA Novosti, Victoria Ivanova. At least 78 millimeters of rain fell during the day in Paris broken record in 1960, said on Tuesday the portal France Info.

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753 mm Hg. article

4 m/s

According to the representative meteorological service Meteo France Francois Jabara, the situation is exceptional.

“Until we have final data, but at the weather station Paris-Montsouris recorded 78 millimetres of rain in 24 hours. This is a record for June… Last record was recorded June 24, 1960 — 58 millimeters,” — said meteorologist.

According to a weather Bulletin on the website of Meteo France, in some areas the capital region of France, the level of rainfall exceeded 80 millimeters.

“The rains will continue throughout the day and again will affect the Ile-de-France in the North and the South, but they will be weaker than last night… it is Expected that the average level of precipitation is from 40 to 60 mm, and in some areas will exceed 80 millimetres and come close to 100 millimeters,” — noted in the weather service.

The bad weather continued in the capital region of the country for several days, brought on Tuesday morning to an accident in the line of trains, integrated into the urban transport system. Train travelling on the RER line B, was derailed in the suburbs of Paris. Seven people received minor injuries.