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The Monaco Government has issued a storm warning from midnight on Wednesday until 6 am on Thursday, September 15. Météo-France has predicted an episode of intense rain with wind gusts in excess of 70 kph, the Government said.
Not only should residents of the Principality take the usual precautions to prevent falling objects, particularly from exposed balconies, but people should also avoid venturing out of doors during this period, the authorities said.
The orange alert is also for the Alpes-Maritimes where heavy rains and flood risk warnings are already in effect.
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