Belgium is again faced with flooding due to heavy thunderstorms on Saturday.

In Dinant in the province of Namur, the streets are flooded, Belgian media report, who share images from social media showing cars being dragged by the water.

Heavy rain showers also cause a lot of flooding in West Brabant

The bad weather is spreading over Belgium from Antwerp and Flemish Brabant and broke loose over Wallonia around 8 p.m.

Later in the evening, areas that were hit hard by flooding last week will also have to deal with new storms.

The governor of the province of Liège has convened an emergency meeting to prepare measures against new floods.

Emergency services, fire brigade and shelters are ready to provide assistance.

Plans for the evacuation of residents are also ready.

The Central and West Brabant security region has received several reports about flooded streets and flooded cellars, a spokesperson said.

"We ask you to avoid Kruisland, as a number of streets have become impassable due to extreme rainfall. The emergency services are on site to help with the flooding," BOA municipality of Steenbergen tweeted.

A lot of rain has also fallen in a number of places in the vicinity of North Brabant.

For example, video images show that the water in Oud-Vossemeer rises above the wheels of cars.

The Zeeland Safety Region says it has not yet received any reports of high water.

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Cars drift through streets in Belgian Dinant after heavy thunderstorms

The relief campaign for Limburg yields more than 9 million

The donations on giro 777 also continued to pour in on Saturday after a series of advertisements in major newspapers.

The donation amount has now risen to 9.3 million euros.

On Friday, the counter of the national collection campaign for the victim in Limburg was still at 8.5 million euros.

This amount was collected within a week.

In the past week, especially private individuals gave generously.

But various companies and organizations have also promised to make a contribution, according to the spokesperson.

More than 150,000 individuals and companies have already transferred money.

The National Disaster Fund announced on Friday that 8,000 households severely affected by the flooding will each receive 1,000 euros.

The fund provides the money to the municipalities, which in turn pass it on to the households.

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House threatens to fill up after dike breach in Limburgs Horn