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World - Severe Weather - ECHO Daily Map | 04/12/2015

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PARAGUAY
• Heavy rains are affecting several areas of the country, causing floods. Media reported more than 2 600 families evacuated due to river overflow in Asuncion.
• Over the next 24 h more heavy rains may affect Paraguay, including the capital area.
(INDECI, SENAMGI, Media)

KENYA
• Heavy rains continued affecting several areas of the country, causing floods especially in Rift Valley and killing two people in western Trans Mara on 3 Dec. Media reported at least 80 dead in the country in Nov, due to floods.
• Over the next 48 h heavy rains may still affect the south-western areas of the country, including the already affected areas.
(Media, Meteo KE, NOAA)

PERU
• Heavy rains affected northern Peru over the last few days, causing floods in San Martin.
• As of 3 Dec, there were approx. 2 000 families affected and nearly 300 houses damaged.
• Over the next 24 h light rains may affect central Peru.
(INDECI, SENAMGI, Media)

INDIA
• Over the last month very heavy rains affected south- eastern India, causing floods, damage and deaths, especially in Chennai (Tamil Nadu). Media report 70 million people affected, more than 200 000 people displaced and over 250 people killed in south-eastern India.
• Over the next 24 h heavy rains may affect the coastal areas of Tamil Nadu.
(ECHO, IMD, Media)

INDONESIA
• Heavy rains over the last few days affected Sumatra island causing landslides and floods.
• As of 3 Dec, there were five dead, 15 missing, nine injured, 90 houses partially or fully damaged and at least 40 people displaced in the provinces of Bengkulu and North Sumatra.
• Over the next 24 h moderate rains may affect Sumatra, with locally heavy rain in Bengkulu. (BNPB, WMO, BMKG, Media)

SRI LANKA
• Heavy rains are still affecting Sri Lanka, especially the Northern Province. As of 4 Dec, there were 53 500 people affected (15 200 families), two dead and 2 260 houses damaged in the country.
• Over the next 24 h, heavy rains and winds may still affect northern Sri Lanka.
(Disaster Management Centre, Media)