pollenca - The Spanish island of Mallorca has been hit again by severe weather and flooding. This time it was stormy weather in the north of the island, more than 45 kilometers away from the capital Palma de Mallorca. Due to heavy rains from Thursday evening until Friday morning, rivers quickly left their banks.
Most roads in the north were not passable on Friday morning. Between Pollença and Alcúdia, the fire brigade had to assist motorists who could not go any further. The place Pollença was closed off by water flows from the outside world. A week ago, thirteen people died from devastating storms in the east of the island.
The coming weekend Mallorca is not expecting a bad weather, but the sun shines again and it is about 25 degrees.