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FL-2019-000064-SDN Flood Sudan On 7 June, torrential rains reportedly destroyed around 300 to 400 houses belonging to IDPs and returnees in Leiba, East Jebel Marra, South Darfur. A total of 11 people were injured including two who were in critical situation.  
CE-2019-000063-LBN Complex Emergency Lebanon Upon the decision of the Higher Defence Council to remove all the concrete based ITSs (Tents build with concrete Walls and roofs) in all Lebanon and since Aarsal is the most affected area from this resolution (4000 families) 
FL-2019-000062-SSD Flood South Sudan From 5th - 7th June 2019, Northern Bahr el Gazal region of South Sudan experienced flooding in three counties, namely Nyamlel, Aweil and Gokmachar. The raging floods resulted to substantial destruction of houses, road networks and agriculture. According to the results of the Rapid Needs Assessment (RNA) conducted by South Sudan Red Cross (SSRC) and the State department for Relief and Rehabilitation Commission (RRC), at least 10,892 households have been affected by the floods.  
EQ-2019-000061-JPN Earthquake Japan A powerful magnitude-6.8 earthquake occurred at about 10:22 p.m. Tuesday with a focus off Yamagata Prefecture. A tsunami advisory has been issued. 
EP-2019-000060-BDI Epidemic Burundi Burundi is currently experiencing a high malaria burden, reaching epidemic proportions since early May 2019.  
EQ-2019-000059-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.9M 
FL-2019-000058-TJK Flood Tajikistan Continuous heavy rains resulted in mudflows and floods countrywide between 1 and 7 June 2019. In total, 10 mid-scale mudflows and floods have occurred throughout Tajikistan. 1350 households (6,750 people) were heavily affected in Khatlon province (Vose, Farkhor, Temurmalik, Pyanj and Khuroson districts), Sughd province (Devashtich, Isfara, Penjikent and Knibodom districts) and in Direct Ruled Districts (DRD) Rudaky and Fayzobod . At least 4 persons were killed in Khuroson, Penjikent and Pyanj. The mudflows repeatedly hit the same locations (in Farkhor and Vose) on 6 June 2019. Around 650 households were evacuated to neighboring villages into safe places. The Government commenced relief operations in all the affected districts and calls for assistance from in-country humanitarian partners. According to the results of the preliminary assessment conducted by the National Emergency Response Commission, as of 7 June 2019, at least 1,350 houses have suffered damage as a result of the floods and mudlows. Our of these, 354 are totally or partially destroyed. Moreover, mudflows and floods have caused significant damage to assets including crops, livestock, food and water supply networks. Furthermore, infrastructure, such as roads and bridges connecting the villages have been destroyed, thus increasing the humanitarian needs of the affected population. 
FL-2019-000057-IDN Flood Indonesia Continuous rainfall in the region for the past few days resulted to flooding and rain-induced landslide in several provinces in Indonesia, with the most number of affected persons being recorded in East Kalimantan (to date). Three (3) areas were reported to be affected, namely Samarinda City, and Tenggarong Sebrang District and Tenggarong Sub-district (both in Kutai Kartanegara Regency). 
HT-2019-000056-IND Heat Wave India A heatwave has been affecting northern, western and central parts of India, with Karnataka, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh the worst affected. As of 7 June at 8.00 UTC, at least 22 people have died from the heat, seven in Uttar Pradesh, eight in Maharashtra, four in Rajasthan and three in Madhya Pradesh.  
TC-2019-000055-IND Tropical Cyclone India India Meteorological Department (IMD) apprised that Cyclone VAYU is expected to cross Gujarat coast between Porbandar and Diu around west of Veraval as a Very Severe Cyclonic Storm with wind speed 145-155 kmph gusting to 170 kmph in the forenoon of 13th June 2019. It is likely to cause heavy rainfall in the coastal districts of Gujarat and Storm surge of height of about 1.5-2.0 m above the astronomical tides likely to inundate the low lying coastal areas of Kutch, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Porbandar, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Junagarh, Diu, Gir Somnath, Amreli and Bhavnagar districts at the time of landfall. IMD has been issuing regular bulletins to all the concerned States...Gujarat has already evacuated about 1.2 lakhs people from low lying areas to safer places and would complete the evacuation of 3 lakh people by 4 PM today. Similarly Diu has evacuated 8000 people and would complete the evacuation of over 10000 people by 4 PM. 
FF-2019-000054-YEM Flash Flood Yemen Torrential rain and flash flooding in recent weeks, culminating in widespread flooding in the second week of June, have affected thousands of families across Yemen. It is estimated that rains and floods have affected close to 70,000 people, including internally displaced people, in over 10 governorates. According to media reports, as of 12 June at 8.00 UTC, three people died, two in the city of Aden and one in the province of Shabwa due to flash floods. 
EP-2019-000053-CAF Epidemic Central African Republic Two separate VDPV2 cases not genetically linked from AFP were confirmed on 29th May and 31 May 2019. On 30th May 2019, the MoH declared a public health emergency of national concern as per global guidelines.  
FL-2019-000052-SRB Flood Serbia In the last two weeks, Republic of Serbia was affected by heavy rain and hail storms. On 3 June 2019 Moravicki, Raski, Sumadijski and Pomoravski districts were affected by floods and flash floods due to exceptionally heavy rainfalls. 20 cities and municipalities in the central and western parts of Serbia (Kraljevo, Novi Pazar, Paracin, Sremska Mitrovica, Knic, Arilje, Lucani, Tutin, Trstenik, Pozega, Vrnjacka banja, Koceljeva, Rekovac, Gornji Milanovac,Ljig, Cacak, Ivanjica, Aleksinac, Porkuplje and Krupanj) were reported to be affected by flash floods and floods as a consequence of the heavy rains. Thousands of houses have been fully or partially destroyed and more than 11,000 people in total affected by the floods. Thousands of people have no access to safe drinking water. In addition, several hundreds of hectares of agricultural land have been destroyed. 13 municipalities declared state of emergency on 3 June, and following more rainfalls additional seven municipalities declared state of emergency between 5 and 7 June 2109. 
FL-2019-000051-LBY Flood Libyan Arab Jamah Heavy rains caused flooding and damage in several locations in Ghat municipality from 28 May to 5 June. Over 20,000 persons have been affected and about 2,500 are currently displaced to nearby areas. Four people died, including three children, and about 30 suffered minor injuries. 
LS-2019-000050-TUR Land Slide Turkey Landslide destroyed 15 houses in the Black Sea province of Ordu's Aybast? district early on May 16. The landslide also left some houses, including a mosque, slanted. 
EQ-2019-000049-PER Earthquake Peru Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 8M 
FL-2019-000048-TZA Flood Tanzania Heavy rains have been pourint Dar es Salaam, from 8 of May until today. According to the Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA), these rains are a result of the Inter-Tropical Convergence Belt and led to continous rainfall and resulting flooding which peaked on 13 May 2019. According to IGAD Climate Prediction Application Centre (ICPAC), much of southern and eastern Tanzania recorded wetter than normal rainfall condition. Meanwhile, a few places in southern and eastern Tanzania recorded severely to extremely wet rainfall conditions between 1st and 10th May 2019. On 23rd May 2019, the TMA issued a weather information update stating that rains will continue with significant impact; floods, fishing activities to be interfered, transport network impaired, socio-economic/livelihood will be damaged and increased risk of waterborne and vector borne disease outbreak. The floods caused a significant impact to the people in Dar es Salaam leading to damage of properties and livelihoods and putting the affected population at risk of diseases. The initial rapid assessment conducted by the Tanzanian Red Cross Society indicated that the heavy rains have caused serious flooding in Kinondoni, Temeke and Ilala municipalities of Dar es Salaam.  
FL-2019-000047-GEO Flood Georgia On 12 May 201912 heavy rain and hail affected Kakheti Region, mainly Lagodekhi, Akhmeta, Telavi and Dedoplistskaro Municipalities of Georgia.  
ST-2019-000046-MNG SEVERE LOCAL STORM Mongolia Heavy snowfall and violent wind gusts hit southern parts of Mongolia between 10 May and 11 May 2019. According to the National Agency for Meteorology and Environmental Monitoring (NAMEM), wind speeds fluctuated between 18 and 24 m/s (-17 degrees Celsius wind chill factor) and reached 28 to 30 m/s (-24 degrees Celsius wind chill factor) in parts of Govi-Altai and Bayankhongor provinces. Early warnings were disseminated through multiple media and social media channels. However, due to the sudden change of weather (within 30 to 40 minutes), many herders did not have enough time to save their livestock from the storm. According to current estimates, pover 11,000 sheep units of livestock have perished as a result of the extreme weather condition. The melting of the accumulated snow (up to 30 centimeters) poses a risk of flash loods especially in Sevrei and Tsogttsetsii soums of Umnugovi province.  
EQ-2019-000045-PNG Earthquake Papua New Guinea Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7.5M tsunami generates 1.16m 
EQ-2019-000044-PNG Earthquake Papua New Guinea Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7.2M 
DR-2019-000042-PRK Drought Korea, Democratic People's Republic Democratic People's Republic of Korea has been suffering of consecutive droughts since 2014. Entering 2019, DPRK has experienced unusually erratic weather conditions with little precipitation, limiting available soil moisture for growth of winter crops and planting of spring crops, as well as replenishment of irrigation water reservoirs. The temperatures over the last couple of months have also been higher than normal. Early spring precipitation has so far not been enough to redress the imbalance, and only very good late spring/early summer rains will do so. The conditions for soil moisture and irrigation are at an alarming level. The current lack of precipitation and soil moisture will not only affect winter and spring-planted crops, but also the planting of the main crop to be harvested in September. With the current agricultural conditions, millions of people are at risk of malnutrition. Any threat to food security will have a serious effect on an already stressed population in terms of food availability and the risk of increased malnutrition, which will affect the most vulnerable sectors of the affected population: children, pregnant and lactating women, the elderly, and those with underlying illnesses. 
TC-2019-000041-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh Tropical Cyclone FANI is moving north-west over the southern Bay of Bengal. On 29 April its centre was located approximately 610 km east of Trincomalee City (Sri Lanka) and 930 km north-east of Chennai City (Tamil Nadu, India) with maximum sustained winds of 83 km/h (tropical storm). Over the next 24 hours, it will strengthen to a severe cyclonic storm, with maximum sustained winds up to 120 km/h. 
TC-2019-000041-IND Tropical Cyclone India GDACS - High humanitarian impact, max wind speed 250 km/h  
TC-2019-000040-TZA Tropical Cyclone Tanzania Tropical Cyclone Kenneth is expected to make a landfall in southern Tanzania on the 26th of April 2019. The cyclone currently has a windspeed of over 200km/h and is expected to cause high swells between 6m and 8m, rough sea conditions, heavy rain fall(400- 500mm), strong winds and flooding. Increase of rain is expected in Dar es Salaam, Tanga, Pemba, Lindi and Mtwara regions, the south coast of Tanzania and around Lake Victoria (UNOCHA update). Strong winds are expected along the coast and most at risk areas are in the south coast of Tanzania, Mtwara regio (1,270,854 people) and Lindi region (864,652 people). Up to two million people are likely to be affected by the cyclone. 
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FL-2019-000075-HUN
Flood,Hungary: Devastating storm cells hit Eastern Hungary on 27th afternoon, leaving 80 settlements affected by damages caused by strong wind and heavy rainfall.

TC-2018-000427-FJI
Tropical Cyclone,Fiji: Tropical Disturbance, TD03F was upgraded to a depression on 31th Jan 2018 at 6 AM. Tropical Depression, TD03F center was located near 11 degrees' south latitude and 172 degrees' east longitude or about 470km west-northwest of Rotuma and about 860km northwest of Nadi. TD03F may intensify further into a category 1 tropical cyclone in the next 12 to 18 hours with average winds of 65km/hr and momentary gusts to 90km/hr close to the centre. TD03F is moving southeast at about 25km/hr.