Around 13 million gallons of rainwater removed

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Around 13 million gallons of rainwater removed

The teams of the Rainfall Emergency Committee at the Ministry of Municipality and Environment have expelled around 13 million gallons of water from the nation over. 

The majority of the pieces of the nation got precipitation of various force up to around 20 millimeters (mm) yesterday particularly early morning, as per Qatar Meteorology Department (QMD). 

Safar Mubarak Al Shafi, Head of the Rainfall Emergency Committee, who is additionally the Director of General Cleanliness Department at the Ministry said in an explanation that over 12.9 million gallons of water was expelled from all regions till yesterday evening. 

He said that the groups outfitted with tankers and other important machines are working nonstop to clear the water-signing on a need premise from local locations and roadways to guarantee the wellbeing and security of individuals and smooth traffic. "The Committee conveyed 251 tankers, 30 water siphons and field groups containing 527 individuals to expel the water," said Al Shafi. 

He said that control rooms at the districts got 186 calls looking to clear water-logging. He included that the task is proceeding to expel all water and reaction the calls. "The groups raced to low-lying regions with the start of precipitation," said Al Shafi including that the task is proceeding nonstop. 

He said that the activity is being completed by the Ministry of Municipality and Environment in a joint effort with all specialists worried to guarantee a smooth traffic stream so instruction foundations, wellbeing focuses and different associations of the nation can work ordinarily. 

Qatar Meteorology Department (QMD) tweeted yesterday morning that most recent radar picture demonstrates downpour of variable power and thundery now and again in many territories of the nation. 

The Department said that it recorded most astounding precipitation of 19.6 mm in Al Batna pursued by 10.8mm in Al Ghweriah. Abu Hamor got 10.8mm; Ras Laffan 10.2mm; Al Ruwais 7.9mm; Doha Airport 7.6mm; and Mesaieed 7.1mm. 

QMD has cautioned of solid breeze at certain spots by early afternoon today. Today will be incompletely overcast with possibility of light downpour at certain spots at first turns out to be generally hot daytime and mellow by night.

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