First of all, yesterday saw rainfall on the Costa Tropical, at last, cleaning up the atmosphere and without causing any damage.
According to the Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET) described the rainfall during the morning of yesterday as an “important” amount, whereas the Gazette would describe it as, “nothing to rush out and build an ark over.”
The meteorologícal post in Pago de Guerra registered 30 litres per square metre, which isn’t bad as it is still officially the summer.
Which brings us onto the second part of the article which deals with electricity flowing to dwellings rather than water falling from the sky.
Today, from 08.00h to 15.00h Endesa will cut the mains electricity supply for the Urbanización La Galera area of Taramay. This will be so that maintenance work can be carried out in the area.
Now, it’s amazing that the utility companies actually give you some warning that they will be cutting supplies – progress indeed, but if you would like to obtain more information on this work you can find it on the Endesa website.
(News: Almunecar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)