151.1 millimeters or 151.1 liters per square meter have been collected since July 1 at the Royal Observatory of Uccle, the master standard of Belgian meteorology. This is the figure which was indicated yesterday by the MRI site. Usually, for a normal July, you can expect 76.9mm. We are therefore practically double.
➜ Brussels, Walloon Brabant, Namur, some places do not beat the record for the most rotten time.
It is enormous. We know that in some places, such as Jalhay, it fell 270 mm in 28 hours. But it is Uccle that counts for making comparisons with other years.