A fatality occurred as a result of intense rainfall in the southern region of Antalya, Türkiye, on Tuesday. Educational activities were halted for a day in six districts, while efforts are underway to evacuate individuals stranded in residences and vehicles.
The lifeless body of a person was found in a car trapped in the flooded underpass of Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev subway on Gazi Boulevard in the Kepez district in the country's tourism capital.
The downpour, which began in the evening in the city center, intensified overnight. Transportation was disrupted due to water accumulation on roads and underpasses caused by the heavy rainfall.
A statement from the Antalya Governorship emphasized the persistence of adverse weather conditions in the city and warned citizens, while several measures were immediately taken.
More heavy snowfall is expected in the next few days.
Avalanches have again blocked roads leading to a remote tourism spot in China's far west Xinjiang region, with the area on alert for more snowstorms this week.
One-way traffic has been restored on some roads but others remain closed after heavy snow that began on Sunday triggered avalanches near the Kanas scenic area in the Altay mountains, traffic police said on Monday evening.
There were 13 avalanches on highways in the area on Sunday and Monday, according to its management committee. The scenic area is in the northern prefecture of Altay, which borders Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia.
The committee said the deepest avalanche was 5 metres, while the widest spanned 1km. There had been no reports of injuries or vehicle damage.
In a devastating incident in Kattikkulam, India, a recently relocated elephant from Karnataka's Bengur Forest Range charged into a village home, resulting in the tragic death of a resident on February 10.
CCTV footage captured the harrowing moments as residents sought refuge in a gated home, only for the aggressive elephant to break through the fence, ultimately leading to the man's fatal trampling.
Paolo Pasqualini was found dead at the scene by first responders
A man was mauled to death by three Rottweilers that attacked him while he was jogging near a park in Rome, Italy. The incident took place in the municipality of Manziana, on the outskirts of the city on February 11.
39-year-old Paolo Pasqualini was reportedly jogging when he came across the pack of dogs, according to local media. Pasqualini was then mauled to death as horrified witnesses who reported the incident felt powerless to help. He was found dead by first responders at the scene.
Manziana administration said in a note: "From initial reconstructions, it would seem that the man while jogging in the woods, was attacked by three dogs, who presumably escaped from a private property not far from the scene of the incident. The animals were captured and made safe by the competent authorities."
Did you watch the Superbowl last night? A state getting nuked on is kind of like a win when you're not rooting for any particular team: it's good, even if it doesn't directly affect you.
Plus, everyone gets to get together and celebrate. Such is the case with Utah's recent dump: last week, Utah got over 30 inches of snow, according to Deer Valley Resort's X (twitter) post detailing the occasion.
The video, from Stag Lodge at Deer Valley, read: "30" of new snow in the past three days at #DeerValley and it's still snowing!"
A monsoonal trough has brought heavy rainfall to Darwin at levels not experienced since 2017, causing flooding in some suburbs.
As the weather system moves east, the Bureau of Meteorology has predicted there is a 30 per cent chance it could develop into a cyclone over the Gulf of Carpentaria at the end of the week.
BOM senior meteorologist Rebecca Patrick said the monsoon had redeveloped over the Northern Territory's north on Monday, with some areas in Darwin receiving more than 150 millimetres of rainfall over the past 24 hours.
"Rainfall in the Darwin area is the highest that we've seen in terms of those daily rainfall amounts since about 2017," she said.
She said Darwin Airport had received 165mm over 24 hours.
The Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) of Demak Regency, Central Java noted that the number of residents of Demak Regency who fled due to flooding reached 8,170 people. Where the victims came from various areas affected by the flood.
"The number of displaced residents is the result of data collection as of Thursday (9/2) at 22.00 WIB," said Acting Head of BPBD Demak Regency M Agus Nugroho Luhur quoting Antara.
Of course, he said, the number of refugees also included the impact of flooding experienced by residents in Karanganyar District, following the breakdown of the Wulan River and Jratun River embankments.
Thousands of refugees, some occupy places of worship, village halls, and schools. While the most refugees in Kedungwaru Village, Lor reached 4,500 people, followed by Undaan Kidul Village reaching 2,569 people. While in other places the number of refugees varies.