The five departments, placed in red vigilance Monday, January 10, returned to orange vigilance this Tuesday morning. In total, eight departments were this Tuesday affected by this orange alert.
In Toulouse, the Garonne has today reached a height of 4.20 m, a level close to that crossed during the floods of June 2020.
On Twitter, netizens fueled the stream of impressive videos showing the damage.
the raging Garonne completely covered the quays this Monday afternoon in Toulouse! pic.twitter.com/lnhpZbomTy
– jordan (@jordan_lsre) January 10, 2022
For those who do not have the sound, here is at least the picture
– Toulouse FC (@ToulouseFC) January 10, 2022
Sunday 40 cm of snow in the valley d aran yesterday raining all day.
today the garonne overflowed in saint beat pic.twitter.com/wkxgpYUGTS
– florenci sulla (@FlorenciSulla) January 11, 2022
the Garonne River, the water level rose to a height of 4.31 meters, the highest level since June 2000. Toulouse. France #flood #flooding #floods #FlashFlood #heavyrain #HeavyRains #tormenta #thunderstorm #rainfall #alluvione #lluvias #lluvia pic.twitter.com/WOZ8xvOcEG
– Aleksander Onishchuk (@ Brave_spirit81) January 11, 2022
– Romain (@RmnSSST) January 11, 2022