The level of the Rhine River rose rapidly and exceeded the nine-metre mark near Hauenstein on Wednesday. This is what it currently looks like along the High Rhine:
The rising level of the Rhine can be clearly seen in Waldshut:
The situation on November 15 at the Laufenburg power station:
They are still living
The Rheinuferweg was flooded on Wednesday morning and closed to pedestrians.
There is a danger to the life of pedestrians.
Rhine River floods at Riborg power station:
Here is a shot from the banks of the Rhine River:
It appears that the level has now reached its peak. The rapid increase since Tuesday is clearly visible in the graph:
Look at the tributaries:
Whatash: During heavy rains like the ones that have been going on for the past few days, Wutach shows his true colours. Derived from the name “Raging Aach”, the water masses below Ijingen along the Wutachweg River rose to a narrow ledge.
Alp: The Elbe River has left its course several times in different places after heavy rains in the past few days. An interesting water landscape has been created in the Menzenschwander Valley. The city announced that the water level at the St. Blasian gauge approached the critical two-meter mark on Tuesday night (199.4 cm).
You can learn more about flooding in Lake Constance here.
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