Good morning! The danger of flooding of the Meuse in Venlo has gone away and so the hospital opens again. And in Carré, interested people can say goodbye to Peter R. de Vries.
Weather: especially in the southern half of the countrys sun, in the north there is a bit more cloudy today. Its about 23 degrees north to 25 degrees in the rest of the country. Tomorrow gets a little cooler, with a maximum of around 23 degrees and in the south it will be possible to take a shower.
Are you going on the road? Here you can find the overview of the work. Check the track timetable here.
What can you expect today?
What did you miss?
In Central China, the heaviest rainfall in decades has led to massive floods. In the city of Zhengzhou, 200 millimeters of rain fell in an hour. Roads and metro network have flouted and around 100,000 people have been evacuated.
According to state media, at least twelve deaths have fallen, but the death toll may still be significant. Social media shares images of people stuck in flouted subways. Some videos show that people are almost under head.
Other news from the night:
And then this:
Its a historic month for space travel. In two weeks, two billionaires went for a short flight in their own spacecraft is space. This has started a new era of space tourism, but not everyone is positive about it. Greenpeace highlights the polluting aspect of such space travel, and scientists also find space trips a bad idea, they say in this article.
Yesterday the space flight of Bezos (and the Dutchman Oliver Daemen, who was allowed to join):