SADC weather experts warn of another El Nino-induced drought this year
A week ago, the Limpopo was on the verge of registering depths of more than eight meters, enough to overflow its protective dam and cause severe flooding in the lower parts of the Chokwé, Chibuto and Guijá districts.
After causing two deaths, flooding crops and cutting roads, water levels in the basin have started to fall, but there remain flooded areas where residents have refused to leave voluntarily.
A reduction of water flow has also been seen in the Save basin, where floods destroyed 47 houses and necessitated the opening of three accommodation centers in Sofala province’s Machanga district.Source: O País
Alert: Bad weather in the South - Mozambique