Croatia warn citizens of stormy weather

Croatian authorities have urged citizens to stay indoors amid the stormy weather in the country.

“We have not seen such a storm for the past 45 years,” the mayor of Croatian capital of Zagreb, Milan Bandic, told the local media.

Croatian authorities have identified traffic on many roads in the country and warned of the risk of landslides, where the speed of wind in some areas was reported to 150 kilometers per hour, noting that two pedestrians were injured in the capital by the storm which led to uprooting trees and dropping traffic lights.

In northwestern Bosnia, heavy rainfall pushed the of river water to the extreme, which led to flooding dozens of houses and some roads, authorities in neighboring Serbia also warned of heavy rain during the coming days, which may cause flooding small rivers.

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