Extreme weather is currently hitting the region of Calabria and Sicily in Italy.
Roads have been cut off, train tracks have been destroyed, and giant surges have engulfed the Ionian coast as well as Sicily.
The main road and train tracks have collapsed on November 1, 2015, after the Ferruzzano river overwhelmed on the Ionian coast of Calabria.
The main road along the Ionian coast has been literally cut off. Photo: Meteo Web
Calabria and Sicily are currently being hit by extreme weather… Which should continue until monday at least.
And what about the train tracks? Just destroyed.
In Chiaravalle, in the province of Catanzaro, 600 mm rain fell in 48 hours and 234 in 24 hours.
Apocalyptical weather in southern Italy.
Red alert has been decreted for central and southern Ionian and South Tyrrhenian until Monday.
Orange alert for all the other neighbouring areas.
Nothing is left… No road and no tracks.
Roads have been blocked by landslides, bridges have been destroyed by flooded streams and at least two people have been injured.
Giant surges have damaged the Ionian coast.
All streams and rivers are above the safety limit.
Such extreme weather is just out of this world.
And winds are blowing at speeds of over 80 mph.
The coast of Sicily has experienced violent surges that destroyed everything on their path.
Roads have been covered with debris and rocks
Giant waves are breaking on the beach
And cutting streets in two.
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