A heavy downpour was felt in the afternoon of this November 1 in different sectors of Maracaibo, for the second time that day, causing chaos in the main streets and avenues of the city.
Reactions on social networks have not been long in coming and some users of the X platform have reported heavy rain with electrical activity in many areas of the territory of Marabino. According to Internet users in the Amparo, La Médica and Casco Central sectors, the frequent rains have not stopped, creating some anxiety among the residents of the surrounding communities.
In the northern area, it rained heavily for more than 1 hour, like an overflowing river,” one of the messages read on the platform.
While another Internet user wrote: “It’s raining hard here in the center, it’s expected to last a long time.” In addition, Frequent rains are also present in various towns on the Eastern Coast of the Lake. In the Ports of Altagracia, it has been raining heavily in recent hours, leaving small floods in many sectors.
Likewise, the rains put many communities on alert for the possibility of flooding in vulnerable sectors such as La Coromoto and La Curva de Molina.
In the morning hours, The National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Inameh) points out that this type of activity in the rainy season may respond to the presence of a new tropical wave.. According to the organization, it is a “disturbance under study” located in the Caribbean Sea northwest of Venezuela.
Continúa lloviendo en La Limpia, Barrio San José, Amparo, etc.
— Susana Socorro (@socorrosusy) November 1, 2023
Por cierto ya empezó a llover en el casco central. Según mi datos de pluviómetro también está lloviendo en amparo
— 彡 Carlos Alex 🇻🇪彡 (@carlos_alexmcbo) November 1, 2023