An active tropical wave in Martinique causes a rise in water levels in

An active tropical wave in Martinique causes a rise in water levels in

Heavy rain associated with a tropical wave in Martinique, Tuesday 14 June 2022, caused water levels to rise in different sectors of the island. Since 12:15 pm, Météo France Martinique has put the island on yellow alert for heavy rain and thunderstorms.


Rising water levels can be seen in several areas of Martinique. This is the result of rain associated with a tropical wave passing through on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 in Martinique.

Slow traffic at a place called Rivière-des-Pères between Saint-Pierre and Le Prêcheur (June 14, 2022).



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Météo France, which put the island on a yellow alert, determined that this bad weather is accompanied by heavy rain and thunderstorms, generating accumulations of 30-60 mm in 3 hours, but locally it can reach 80 mm until today evening.

Flood / rain / trade / dreamcatcher / road

Submerged road in Rivière-Roche Zac, in Fort-de-France (June 2022).



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Traffic is difficult in some places on the main road. Floods were recorded in Petit Manoir au Lamentin, at Rivière-Roche Zac in Fort-de-France, on the ring road in Dillon, towards Lamentin, flooded road at the Carbet exit towards Saint-Pierre.

Flood / Road / Stream / Rain

The submerged sidewalk in Dillon towards Le Lamentin (June 14, 2022).



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At the Sumarek roundabout in the direction of Schulcher, boulders have been reported on the highway.

Rain / La Roxelan River / Saint-Pierre

Great flow of the Roxelan River in Saint-Pierre (June 14, 2022).

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