Heavy rain expected this weekend German flood areas

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The German National Weather Service said on Thursday that: regions hit by deadly floods last week could see heavy rain again over the weekend.

DWD’s weather service said there were likely to be local storms from noon on Saturday, expanding to large parts of Rhineland-Palatinate later in the day.

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Officials said late Wednesday death toll from last week’s floods in western state had risen to 125. Across Germany, at least 174 people died in the floods, and 31 deaths were reported from neighboring Belgium, bringing the total to 205.

Authorities have built a huge camp for rescue workers on the Nürburgring race track. More than 4,500 civil defense workers, firefighters and soldiers have been deployed to assist with the clean-up operations in the hard-hit Ahr Valley in Rhineland-Palatinate.

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