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Old 11th September 2019, 01:44 PM
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AEmet, the State weather service, has issued a red alert (extreme risk) for heavy rain and thunderstorms from midnight tonight in Alicante province: El Tiempo. Avisos meteorológicos: Litoral norte de Alicante - Mañana - Agencia Estatal de Meteorología - AEMET. Gobierno de España

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I hope all you people in the storm zone pull through

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Yes indeed.

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Saw some awful scenes of flooding on the TV, hope everyone over that way is safe.

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Saw some awful scenes of flooding on the TV, hope everyone over that way is safe.
This video is particularly dramatic: https://www.abc.es/espana/comunidad-...229_video.html

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Yes, some really bad damage and unfortunately at least 4 people dead,
The photos here show Ontinyent and Valencia amongst others

https://www.dw.com/en/spain-weather-...dly/a-50408978

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Yes, some really bad damage and unfortunately at least 4 people dead,
The photos here show Ontinyent and Valencia amongst others

https://www.dw.com/en/spain-weather-...dly/a-50408978
I live in Ontinyent and have to say it's been horrendous.

We couldn't leave the house due to flooding, landslides and an overturned fire engine that had been going to rescue someone.


Does anyone know what a DANA is that everyone keeps mentioning - is it a name for the storm, type of weather incident ...?

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I live in Ontinyent and have to say it's been horrendous.

We couldn't leave the house due to flooding, landslides and an overturned fire engine that had been going to rescue someone.


Does anyone know what a DANA is that everyone keeps mentioning - is it a name for the storm, type of weather incident ...?
It seems that it is Depresión Aislada en Niveles Altos, also known as gota fría, which I have never really known the meaning of either

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Una DANA –también llamada gota fría– es una Depresión Aislada en Niveles Altos. Según el portavoz de la Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (Aemet), Rubén del Campo, es el resultado del choque de una masa de aire frío en altura con aire caliente de la superficie, que da lugar a chubascos y tormentas.

https://www.abc.es/sociedad/abci-got...9_noticia.html
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Have a friend in a village in the Murcia area who has been posting video on FB - absolutely horrendous.

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It seems that it is Depresión Aislada en Niveles Altos, also known as gota fría, which I have never really known the meaning of either




https://www.abc.es/sociedad/abci-got...9_noticia.html
Yes DANA is the 'technical' name for a Gota Fría - a weather system which is very common in our area in the Autumn - although we had a severe one at Easter this year - very rare at that time of year, since the land & sea temperatures need to be warm - but we had a very mild winter.

As I said, they are common, but thankfully don't always bring floods & disaster.

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