Myanmar – Earthquake (GDACS, USGS)
- An earthquake of magnitude 5.2M at a depth of 10.1 km hit Magwe region, central Myanmar, on 11 April, 03:47 UTC, 51km ESE of the city of Myaydo (pop. ca. 58k).
- As of 11 April, no damage has been reported.
- This is the same area where 2 earthquakes of 5.4M and 5.7M occurred on 03 and 04 April respectively.
Iran – Earthquake (ECHO)
- After the powerful earthquake of magnitude 6.1 and depth of 12 km that struck on 9 April Kaki in South-West Iran, 37 people were killed and another 850 people injured.
- More than 80 aftershocks have been felt by towns nearby.
- No comprehensive report is yet available on possible damage or casualties caused by the quake. However, it is stated that there are severe damages in 12 villages in Shanbeh and Tasouj areas in Dashti.
- The government of Iran seems to have the situation under control and has thus far not sought assistance from the international community.
Kenya – Severe Weather (National Media, Kenya Red Cross)
- Heavy rains over Kenya have resulted in floods and landslides in several parts of the country since the second half of March.
- Kenya Red Cross reports 32 deaths, 6 missing, 14 injured and over 18,600 people displaced. The most affected regions are in Western Kenya, Coastal region and parts of Rift Valley. The majority of displaced people are from Tana River County (ca. 7,500).
- As of 10 April, national media continue to report people killed, families displaced and roads closed in several counties.
Afghanistan – Severe Weather (WFP, Local Media)
- Heavy rains and strong winds on 08 and 09 April have led to floods in districts of S Helmand province (S Afghanistan).
- Local authorities quoted in the media report thousands of homes collapsed or damaged.
- WFP reports around 200 families affected.
- Damage is still being assessed.
SW Indian Ocean – Tropical Cyclone IMELDA (GDACS, MeteoFrance-LaReunion, Mauritius Meteorological Services, NASA, WMO)
- IMELDA continued strengthening on 10 April, passing 200-250 km SE of Agalega Islands (Mauritius), where ca. 70 mm of acc. rain in 24h were observed on 10 April.
- On 10 April 18:00 UTC it had a max. sust. wind speed of 158 km/h (equivalent to Category 2) and its centre was located over water ca. 230 km SE of Agalega Islands (Mauritius) and ca. 850 km NNE of the main island of Mauritius.
- In the next 24h its centre is forecast to move S over water, strengthening, and then to turn SE.
Honduras – Earthquake (ECHO)
- On 10 April at 13:14 am local time, an earthquake with magnitude 5.4 at a depth of 10 km (according to CONRED, Guatemala) on the Richter scale hit Honduras.
- The epicenter was: 16.295 N and – 87.682 W, in the region of Islas de la Bahia, Caribbean sea, North of Honduras, 57 km NE of Puerto Cortés, department Cortes, Honduras.
Meteoalarm – as of 11 April 06:50 UTC
- Rain in NW Portugal – Orange Alert.
Reported floods during the last 24 hours by National services
- Croatia: Ongoing floods on Sava and Danube Rivers.
- Serbia: Ongoing floods of second level alert on Sava (water levels are still rising), of first alert level on the Danube, Tisa, Juzna Morava (water levels are still rising) and Tamis rivers.
- Slovenia: Ongoing floods of single alert level 1 of upper Ljubjanica rivers. Water levels are stable.
- Slovak Republic: Ongoing floods of alert level 2 on Latorica and Bodrog river - water levels are slowly decreasing.
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