The wind is also gradually weakening, but still blows unusually from the south-southwest direction. 30/40 km/h in exposed areas of the island and on the coasts. A few gusts in the air 70/80 km/h can still occur with showers. Under the effect of wind, the sea remains rough and “surges and localized submersions are possible”. “plan”.
After the placement on red alert for heavy rains and thunderstorms, the prefecture of Guadeloupe announced the closure of all educational establishments on the island for the day of Tuesday October 3. In its press release, the authority also indicates that the departmental operational center, that is to say the crisis unit, has been closed. implemented.
Traffic on the roads of Guadeloupe has been reduced. disrupted from the first hours of the red vigilance under the influence of the torrential rains. Some routes have since been closed. cut off by landslides or falling trees according to the Routes de Guadeloupe organization and many others have been destroyed. flooded.
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