Belgium suffered damage after another storm.
One and a half weeks after the floods, with three dozen fatalities, cars were torn away and people were brought to safety, but no victims were reported beyond the damage to property.
This time the southern province of Namur was particularly hard hit;
In the provincial capital of the same name there was a landslide that caused a wall to collapse.
Houses were evacuated.
According to Mayor Maxime Prévot, the situation was more serious than a week ago.
"There is also water damage to the hospital," the VRT broadcaster quoted him as saying.
"But so far we don't know of any dead or injured."
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In Dinant, the streets at times turned into swirling rivers, and in places the asphalt broke away. "It was short, but very intense," said Mayor Axel Tixhon. Vehicles carried away by the water blocked a level crossing, as reported by the Belga news agency. The rail traffic had already stopped because of the flood in mid-July. In addition to Namur and Dinant, other cities and villages were hit, including in the region south of Brussels. In the province of Antwerp in the north of the country, the fire department reportedly moved out because water streamed into houses.
Belgium was hit by floods a week and a half ago after days of heavy rain, similar to western Germany, especially the province of Liège. According to the latest information, 36 people died, several are still missing. The government had therefore declared a national day of mourning. In the Netherlands, the first storm period hit cities and villages in the province of Limburg - namely on the Meuse, as in Belgium, and also on the Geul tributary, where the tourist town of Valkenburg reported severe damage.
In the German flood areas, contrary to previous fears, it remained almost dry over the weekend. After some rainfall on Saturday afternoon, it hardly rained that night in Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia, said a spokeswoman for the German Weather Service on Sunday. However, she emphasized that in the current situation, even small amounts of precipitation could become a problem, as drains are clogged and the sewer systems are damaged. There were heavy thunderstorms in southern Germany, where it rained, especially south of the Danube, sometimes heavily. In Stuttgart, the rains led to floods in the city center. Cellars in the Heilbronn district overflowed and streets were flooded.