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The 'slow Ildikó': Why a small low could bring such large amounts of rain.

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100 liters per square meter and more fell in some places in the disaster area in southwest Germany within 24 hours. A small-scale low pressure system was to blame, explains meteorologist Stefan Zender. Under normal conditions, it would have gone almost unnoticed. However, in Saarland, there was a special weather situation.

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