In Italy, three-quarters of the city of Venice were underwater Monday as strong winds caused heavy rainfall to flow over the raised walkways meant to keep water out of the city streets. Other parts of Italy are also experiencing flooding and strong winds, killing six people across the country. Scientists predict that Venice could be completely submerged by the end of the century if climate change continues at its current pace.
Italy: At Least 6 Dead as Floods Leave Most of Venice Underwater
HeadlineOct 30, 2018