Today's rain has exceeded red-level warning limits in three mountainous areas overlooking the city of Funchal, said the Regional Delegate of the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), Victor Prior.
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As expected, said Victor Prior, the Regional Delegate of the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea, the regions mountainous regions have been the most affected by Storm Oscar. So far the highest levels of rainfall have been recorded at Chão do Arieiro (1,500 meters of altitude), Pico Alto (1,000 m),…
The Civil Protection Service of Madeira today issued recommendations to the population due to the arrival of Depression Oscar. The archipelago is on a red alert for 24 hours, from 15:00 hours on Monday.
Yesterday at 18:07, a minor earthquake measuring 2.3 was recorded off the southwest coast of Ponta do Sol.
FUNCHAL SENSITIZES HOTELIERS TO THE CORRECT USE OF URBAN WASTEWATER NETWORKS Article | 24/05/2023 12:12 TASTE The Municipality of Funchal carried out a marine impact awareness seminar based at hoteliers operating along the capital’s coastline. This action is part of a set of measures that the municipality…
Co-financed by EU funds the new 'Fishmetric' system will now be introduced ensuring reliable control over food safety.
According to the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea website, a 2.6 magnitude earthquake was recorded off the north coast of Madeira (Madeira Tore) at 03:53 this morning.
Last night, the 15th of May, a mini 1.7 Richter Scale earthquake was recorded off the south coast of Ribeira Brava at 22:47.
The Regional Secretary for Agriculture and Rural Development participated today in the conference titled 'Precision Agriculture in the Autonomous Region of Madeira,' which took place at the Madeira Agricultural School in São Vicente and brought together about a hundred participants.
Pope Francis has criticized the approval of the decree on medically assisted death, considering that the Portuguese parliament has created a law condoning the killing of another person.
The pollen levels in the atmosphere in Madeira are predominantly from Cypress and Eucalyptus, confirms the latest pollen bulletin issued by the Portuguese Society of Allergology and Clinical Immunology (SPAIC).
A study led by archaeologist João Zilhão, from the University of Lisbon, reveals "precise conclusions" about the way populations living in the Portuguese territory, from about one hundred thousand years ago to about ten thousand years ago lived their lives.
According to data on the country's ecological footprint released by the Environmental Association - Zero. Today, Portugal officially depleted its 2023 natural resources and now has begun to use its 2024 quota.
The production of electricity in the Autonomous Region of Madeira (RAM), estimated from electricity emission data provided by Empresa Eletricidade da Madeira (EEM), increased by 1.5% in the 1st quarter of 2023, year-on-year.