Inspecting much of meteorology data from around the world, it’s increasingly certain that cloudburst type rainstorms can do a lot of damage. Neither storm water drains nor sewage plants nor roaf nor bridges can cope. Project work should not be delayed until damage is done. Major above ground diversion channels need to be planned and executed.
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