The main impact of the cyclone Elias that hit Greece fell on the island of Euboea. In some places there fell from 150 to 198 mm of precipitation. Some houses were flooded, traffic on a number of local roads was interrupted, Report informs referring to TASS.
He noted that as a result of heavy, prolonged rainfall, some rivers overflowed their banks, about 40 houses were flooded, and traffic on some roads was interrupted due to rapid flows of water.
Cyclone Elias began moving over the territory of Greece on September 25. In some areas there were downpours, hail, and mudflows. The cyclone brought bad weather to the region of Thessaly, which suffered from the previous destructive cyclone Daniel, to areas of southern and central Greece, to the islands of Euboea and the Sporades.