August 12, 2022

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Chaudière-Apalaches: There may be flooding on Monday

The floodwaters are expected to rise on Monday in Puebla, where the water level of the Saudier River is expected to rise this weekend.

Currently, three key criteria are forcing civil defense to prepare for spring floods. Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in at least three places.

The Center for Government Performance (COG) issued an update on Thursday. “Rivers often react after 24 hours. On Mondays and Tuesdays, it is important to monitor the effects of the Saudier-Appalachian, “said Eric Trolet, COG’s regional director.

On Thursday, the thermometer rose to 17 ° C in Beauceville, easily breaking the previous record of 10.8 C. A cocktail of snow, ice and rain is now expected in the region until Sunday at the end of the day.

In Fuse, snow is slightly less than in Quebec, and the moving ice formed a small ice sheet two weeks north of Saint-Georges. After the cold returned everything froze. “It simply came to our notice then. No crystal ball. It will be cold at night at the beginning of the week and it will be good for us, ”he concluded. Trolet.

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