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Flash floods trigger travel warnings in popular holiday destinations in Spain


 

Record rainfall has left roads and metro stations in Spain flooded, adding to the problems created by a prolonged drought.

Huge swathes of the country have been placed under yellow warning by Spain’s meteorological office (AEMET) due to the risk of heavy rain and storms.

Tourist hotspots Andalusia, Alicante, Barcelona, Ibiza, Madrid and Valencia are included in the 14 affected regions.

Parts of the southeast region of Murcia are currently under the more severe orange warning for rainfall.

Despite the downpours, Spain is on track for its driest summer since record-keeping began in 1961, according to AEMET.

( Source Euronews)

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