2004 Flood Archive

Last updated 9:00 PM EST, January 10, 2005 by EKA
2004 Global Register of Major Flood Events - Scroll Down and Look For Links to Maps In The Country Column
DFO # Country Detailed
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Rivers Began Ended  Duration (days)  Dead  Displaced   Damage (USD)  Main cause Secondary cause Recurrence Interval (anecdotal)   Severity Class*   Hectares flooded  Hayden Code  Affected Region ( sq km)    Flood Magnitude**  MODIS flood inundation limit
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Notes and Comments
                                       
194 Italy Salerno Province - Angri Sarno River 25-Dec-04 28-Dec-04           4      $           5,200,000 Heavy rain                   1             230 CpSe*              210               0.2   $4 million Euros in damages to Angri municipality. A village near Salerno had to be evacuated. 230 ha agricultural land destroyed.
193 South Asia - Earthquake and Tsunami Indonesia - Sumatra - Aceh, North Sumatra. Banda Aceh, Meulaboh.
Sri Lanka - Coastal districts from Jaffna on east to Gampaha on west
India - Tamil Nadu, Andra Pradesh, Kerala, Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Thailand - Phuket, Ranong, Phang-Nga, Krabi, Trang and Satun
Malaysia - Penang, Kedah
Maldives - two thirds of population affected, Male.
Somalia - Hafun area
  26-Dec-04 29-Dec-04           4  160,000   5,000,000  $    2,000,000,000 Tidal surge  Earthquake                  3   Tpz          55,440               9.8 20043640405Aceh193M2.43
20043620420Aceh193M2.52
20043610515SrLank193M2.44
Magnitude 9.0 earthquake off west coast of Northern Sumatra triggers tsuanamis that kill tens of thousands in several asian countries. Millions homeless.
Indonesia: 94,200 dead. 476,619 displaced
Sri Lanka: 30,229 dead, 835,028 displaced.
India: 9,675 dead. 379,506 displaced
Thailand: 5,187 dead.

MODIS observation of wetter coastal areas from Banda Aceh southeast to Meulaboh on northern Sumatra on December 27, 29. Lots of sediment in the water around Phuket, Thailand on December 26. 
192 South Africa Eastern Western Cape Province - Little Karoo and Southern Cape areas - towns: Knysna, Swellendam, Suurbraak, Heidelberg, Buffeljags River, Laingsburg, George, Robertson, Touwsriver, Plettenberg Bay, Port Elizabeth, Heidelberg. Koornlands, Breede 22-Dec-04 24-Dec-04           3      see notes  Heavy rain   20               1   Tso          44,770               2.3   Heaviest rains in 20 years causes rivers to overflow. Bridges and roads damaged. Worst floods in 20 years in Swellendam. Damages "R25 million".
"In some areas, this was the most rain ever measured in a single day in December recorded since 1880s"
191 Angola  Kwanza-Norte province - Dondo district Capacala and Algodoeira rivers 18-Dec-04 19-Dec-04           2 1          2,000   Heavy rain   15               1   Tpo           2,660               0.4   408 families homeless. Similar floods in same area in 1989.
190 Sri Lanka North central - Polonnaruwa, Anuradhapura
Eastern - Batticaloa, Amparai, Trincomalee
Northern - Kilinochchi, Jaffna, Vavuniya and Mullaitivu.
South - Matara
Mahaweli 11-Dec-04 23-Dec-04          13 6      200,000   Monsoonal rain                   1   Tpz          23,460               3.9 20043560755SrLank190Ma2.41
20043540805SrLank190Ma2.51
20043520820SrLank190Ma2.51
Floods and landslides. 125,000 families displaced. 32,000 acres paddy fields destroyed in Polonnaruwa district. More than 1 million acres of paddy and agricultural land affected by flooding.
MODIS observation of high levels in northern Sri Lanka around Jaffna Lagoon on December 17. High levels in eastern Sri Lanka around Trincomalee on December 19, 21.
189 Malaysia and Thailand Eastern Malaysia -  Kelantan: (Kota Baru, Gua Musang, Kuala Krai, Tanah Merah, Pasir Mas, Machang, Tumpat,  Kota Baharu ). Terengganu: (Dungun, Kemaman, Hulu Terengganu, Besut, Setiu). Pahang: (Kuantan, Pekan, Bera)
Southern Thailand -  Narathiwat: (Sukhirin). Nakhon Si Thammarat: (Phra Phrom, Hua Sai, Pak Phanang and Ron Phiboon). Phattalung: (Muang and Kongra). Yala: (Tharn Toh)
Malaysia - Kelantan,  Lebir,  Golok, Semerak, Tambatan Diraja, Dungun, Galas, Temala
Thailand - Sungai Kolok and Saiburi rivers 
10-Dec-04 18-Dec-04           9 15        20,000   Monsoonal rain   21               2   Tpz          43,430               9.2 20043500355SThaMaly189M2.36 Malaysia - 13 deaths 15,000 homeless. Worst floods in 21 years in some areas of Kelatan. 11 rivers in Kelatan above danger level. Parts of Kota Baru city under more than a meter of water.
Thailand - 2 deaths, 5,000 evacuated,  $175,000,000 in damages. 2,000 houses and 800 hectares flooded in Narathiwat; 250 bridges damaged. Over 200 households cut off by floods in Nakhon Si Thammarat. 500 rai of rubber plantations and 100 houses under water in Phattalung.
MODIS observation of flooding near Kota Baru on December 15, 17.
188 Iran Bushehr Province - Kalameh in the south of Dashtestan, Tangestan, Kangan, Assalouyeh
Sistan-Balouchistan Province - Iranshahr, Sarbaz
Hormozgan Province - Bandar Abass and Sirjan.
Sarbaz and Kahir 9-Dec-04 1-Jan-05          24 54          4,000   Heavy rain                   1   TsuCs        436,700             21.0 20043620730Iran188M2bm
20043550725Bushehr188M2bm
20043460730Bushehr188M2.31
20043451000Bushehr188Ma2.c
Bushehr December 10 - 100 mm of rain over past 24 hours. 34 dead in Bushehr
December 25 - floods spread to Hormozgan and Sistan-Balouchistan, another 20 deaths in these provinces.
MODIS observation of flooding along the Bushehr coast December 10, 11. Floods increased by December 17. More observations Dec 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 30. Flooding spreads to Hormozgan December 27, 31. Floods observed on Sistan-Balouchistan coast on December 28, 30, Jan 1. Big sediment plume off Bandar Abbas Dec 29.
187 Australia Northern New South Wales - Narrabri, Orange, Moree, Wee Waa, Mullumbimby, Billinudgel, Weemelah, Mungindi.
Southern Queensland - Eidsvold
Tributaries of the Darling River: Gwydir, Namoi, Barwon, Peel, Barwon-Darling. Gill Gill Creek  8-Dec-04 22-Dec-04          15 3            150   Heavy rain                   1   Tso          80,550               7.7 20043490005QldNsw187M2.25
20043470015UDar187M2.25
Several days of torrential rain cause flooding which cuts off many outback rural properties around Narrabri and Wee Waa. 50 homes flooded in Narrabri.
MODIS observation of flooding along the upper Darling and Barwon river systems on December 11, 12, 14, 18. Flood diminished by December 19, 20.
186 USA Mississippi Valley - Tennesse, Alabama, Mississippi. Tennesse, Tombigbee, Paint Rock, Flint, South Fork of the Forked Deer, Hatchie, 7-Dec-04 20-Dec-04          14       Heavy rain                   1   TsoCpSe*        263,900             13.6 20043501655MMiss186M2.22
20043431650Tenn186M2.32
Lowland flooding in parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky. Tennessee river floods some homes.
MODIS observations of high levels on Tennesse, Tombigbee, Hatchie, Paint Rock and  Flint rivers on December 8. Tennesee river still high near Savannah on December 12. Tennesse river and middle and lower Mississippi high on December 15, 17, 18. Tennesse river much lower by December 20.
185 Argentina Northeastern Argentina, Chaco state - La Clotilde   6-Dec-04 10-Dec-04           5            5,000   Heavy rain                   1   TsoCp           3,230               0.9   Record rainfall floods town of La Clotilde. 10,000 people "prevented from returning to their homes"
184 Russia Republic of Adygeya - Koshekhablskiy, Krasnogvardeyskiy and Shovgenovskiy. Chekhrak.
Krasnodar Territory - Labinsk district, Labinsk city
Fars and Chekhrak
Krasnodar - Chamlyk and Kuksa
3-Dec-04 7-Dec-04           5              150   Snowmelt                   1   CpSe*           4,280               1.1   Warm temperatures thawed snow and caused flooding. Over 900 houses in 33 settlements flooded in Adygeya. Ten towns and villages flooded in Labinsk district of Krasnodar; over 42 square kilometers.
183 Albania Shkodra district - Obot  Drini River 4-Dec-04 8-Dec-04           5      $             173,000 Heavy rain  Dam/Levy, break or release                  1   CpSe*              430               0.3 20043420930Alban183M2.16 Heavy rain forces authorities to open gates of hydropower station - 400 houses and thousands of hectares submerged.
MODIS observation of flooding around Lake Scutari near Shkodra on December 7, 8.
182 Indonesia East Java - districts: Blitar, Kediri, Pacitan, Kademangan  Bogel and Brantas 2-Dec-04 6-Dec-04           5 15        20,000  $           2,540,000 Heavy rain                   2   Tpz           3,780               2.0 20043400610Java182Ma2.40 Thousands of people from Biltar district evacuate flooded villages. Landslide buries 1000 homes in Tambakrejo village.
"Local officials were describing this year's flood…. as the worst ever"
MODIS observation of new water near Biltar on December 5.
181 Philippines - Tropical Storm Winnie Eastern Luzon - Quezon Province - Towns: Real, Infanta and General Nakar.
Other provinces: Aurora (Dingalan, Baler), Rizal, Nueva Ecija (Gabaldon), Camarines Norte, Bulacan, Cagayan, Isabela, La Union, Quirino.
Pampanga, Cagayan 29-Nov-04 22-Dec-04          24 939      432,000  $         75,000,000 Heavy rain Tropical cyclone                 1   Tpz          39,970               6.4 20043440250Luzon181M2.32
20043390230Luzon181M2.35
Floods and landslides enhanced by deforestation.. Parts of three towns buried by logs and earth. Several thousand people stranded on rooftops. 1600 people dead or missing.  
Typhoon Nanmadol strikes Quezon area of Luzon on December 2 adding to the flooding and landslides.
MODIS observation of flooding along Cagayan and Pampanga rivers on December 4. Flooding on the lower Pampanga observed on December 8, 9, 15. Lower Pampanga and Bicol area still wet by December 22.
180 Vietnam Central Provinces -
Quang Nam: Hoi An, Nam Tra My, Tay Giang.
Thua Thien Hu: Huong Tra, Phong Dien, Phu Vang, Phu Loc, Hue city, Phu Van, Huong Tra.
Quang Tri: Hai Lang.
Quang Ngai: Tay Tra.
Quang Binh: Tuyen Hoa.
Da Nang.
Thua Thien-Hue - Huong and Bo rivers
Quang Nam - Vu Gia, Thu Bon, Truong
Quang Binh - Giang river
26-Nov-04 30-Nov-04           5 56      500,000  $         23,000,000 Heavy rain                   1          8,000 Tpz          23,730               2.5   Floods and landslided from heavy rain following Typhoon Muifa. 8,000 hectares ceral crops submerged.
Quang Nam province - Five northern districts and townships submerged. 13 deaths, 200,000 households flooded
Thua Thien Hue province - 11 deaths, 134,000 houses inundated. Losses of "110bn dong"
179 Panama Eastern Panama - Darien region. Meteti area. Tuqueza, Membrillo, Chico, Tupiza, Urganti and Chucunaque 23-Nov-04 26-Nov-04           4 0          6,500   Heavy rain   50               2   Tpz           5,110               2.0   Days of heavy rain swell rivers.1,288 homes damaged in 25 communities. Thousands homeless. 80% of banana crop ruined. Worst flooding in 50 years in Meteti.
178 Philippines - Tropical Depression Merbok Luzon - Aurora province: Dingalan, San Luis, Ma. Aurora.
Cagayan province: Tuguegarao, Enrile, Solana, Iguig and Sanchez Mira
Nueva Ecija province: Gapan City and San Leonardo 
Cagayan, Pinacanauan and Chico rivers  23-Nov-04 28-Nov-04           6 26          8,000   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tpz          21,570               2.6 20043320225Luzon178M2.43
20043300235Luzon178M2.45
Second storm to hit Philippines in four days.
Aurora - Floods and landslides kill 24. 300 houses destroyed.
Cagayan - at least 1,697 hectares crops destroyed. 3,500 families around Tuguegarao City affected by floods.
Followed immediately by event 2004-181.
MODIS observations of flooding in central Luzon on November 25, 27
177 Venezulea Zulia province -  Tarra 20-Nov-04 27-Nov-04           8       Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           7,330               1.8 20043271820Zulia177Ma2.47
20043251830Zulia177Ma2.47
No news reports, detected by monitoring MODIS data
First MODIS observation on November 20; floods have expanded by November 22.
176 Philippines - Typhoon Muifa Southern Tagalog and Bicol regions. Provinces: Albay, Catanduanes, Camarines Sur, Sorsogon, Masbate, Oriental Mindoro, Bicol. Bicol 19-Nov-04 29-Nov-04          11 61        35,000  $           6,000,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tpz          14,670               2.9 20043290455Phil176Ma2.48
20043270510Phil176Ma2.36
Several days of heavy rain from Typhoon Muifa cause flash floods. 171 dead or missing. Landslides. More than 14,000 houses destroyed. Strong winds cause extensive damage to communicaitons and electricity infrastructure.
MODIS observation of flooding along Bicul river near Naga in Camarines Sur on November 22, 24.  
175 Paraguay and Argentina Southern Paraguay - Tebicuary valley
Northern Argentina - northern Corrientes 
Tebicuary, Paraguay, Parana, Uruguay tributaries. 7-Nov-04 15-Dec-04          39       Heavy rain                   1   TsoCp        127,500             13.1 20043361345Para175M2.36
20043271350Para175M2.38
20043251400Para175M2.40
20043181355Para175M2.38
No news reports, detected by monitoring MODIS data. Probably seasonal flooding.
MODIS observations - Paraguay tributary Tebicuary begins flooding on November 7, additional observations on November 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 28, 29, December 1, 3, 13, 15.
Wetlands along the Parana river in northern Corrientes, Argentina begin becoming seasonally wetter in late October.
174 Venezuela States; Carabobo, Miranda, Falcon. Caracas area.   17-Nov-04 25-Nov-04           9 11     Heavy rain                   1   Tpo          13,180               2.5   Heavy rains causing Floods and mudslides along the Carribean coast of Venezuela.
173 USA Central and southeast Texas - San Antonio, Austin, Pasadena, Wharton, New Braunfels, El Campo, Ganado. Counties: Goliad, Wharton, Jackson, Victoria,  Hays. Blanco, Medina, San Antonio, Leon Creek.
Colorado, Guadalupe, Navidad,  San Bernard, Angelina, Navasota, Neches, Nueces and San Marcos Rivers. Saldo Creek. Brazos, Trinity
15-Nov-04 29-Nov-04          15 3            600   Heavy rain                   1   Tsu        107,100               8.9 20043321710Tex173M2.36
20043301725Tex173M2.36
20043301720NTex173M2.37
20043291950Tex173Ma2.42
20043231715Tex173M2.38
As much as 15 inches of rain over the weekend in central and southern Texas. Worst flooding in 31 years in El Campo. Wharton city flooded by Colorado river on November 26.
Several small rivers around Austin (Llano, Leon, Bayou) become visible to MODIS on November 18.
MODIS observation of flooding along San Antonio, Guadeloupe, Colorado, Trinity, Navasota, and Brazos rivers on November 24, 25, 27.
172 Uganda Northwestern Uganda - Pakwach area in Nebbi district. Apac town   8-Nov-04 10-Nov-04           3          10,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz              300               0.2   Over 10,000 people displaced by flooding in Pakwach town and seven surrounding villages. Entire road network flooded.
171 Australia Southeastern Queensland - Gold Coast area - Biggenden, Runcorn, Rocklea, Greenslopes and Coorparoo Degilbo Creek 6-Nov-04 10-Nov-04           5 2    $           1,000,000 Heavy rain                   1   Tso          10,520               1.7   Heavy rain causes widespread flooding in southeast Queensland. Many areas get 300mm rain.
170 Guatemala Northern Guatemala departments: Izabal, Alta Verapaz Aguacaliente, Polochic, Motagua 6-Nov-04 11-Nov-04           6 1            650   Heavy rain                   1   Tpo          13,460               2.1 20043131645Guat170M2.38 Several towns cut off. Helicopter evacuations.
MODIS observations of flooding near Lago Izabel on November 7, 8.
169 Indonesia Sumatra - Jambi Province - Kerinci district - Talang Lindung village  Bungkal river 3-Nov-04 4-Nov-04           2 1            150   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz              230               0.1   Bungkal river bursts banks after three days of heavy rain leaving 1 dead and 150 homeless. Beginning of rainy season in Indonesia.
168 Ireland Southwestern Ireland - Cork, Waterford, Dungarvan, Clonmel. Co Wexford, Enniscorthy, Co Kilkenny Lee, Suir, Slaney   27-Oct-04 31-Oct-04           5 0            200   Heavy rain   65               2   TsuCs           6,530               2.6   Strong Atlantic storm causes worst flooding in Cork since 1962. Roads under 2.9 meters water. Flooding in Clonmel worse than in 1947.
167 Somalia Lower Shabeelle Region. Malable Shabelle river 26-Oct-04 27-Nov-04          33            1,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz          52,230               8.0 20043320725Som167M2.36
20043090720Som167M2.30
140 families homeless. 14 villages affected by flooding.
MODIS observation of wet areas along the lower Shabelle river on November 4, 7, it is less wet by Nov 27.
166 Central African Republic Bangui area Ngoubagara canal 24-Oct-04 2-Nov-04          10 1          1,410   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           1,516               0.9   Heavy rains leave thousands homeless in capital city of Bangui.
165 Togo Lome area   7-Oct-04 4-Nov-04          29              300   Heavy rain   30               2   Tpz              110               0.7   Three weeks of heavy rain cause extensive flooding in capital city of Lome. Hundreds displaced. Similar floods occurred in the 1970's. Rainy season has not begun yet.
"much of the damage was the result of poor and unauthorized construction of buildings and houses"
164 Taiwan - Typhoon Nock-ten Northern Taiwan Counties: Taipei (Keelung, Juifang, Shuanghsi, Wanli, Kungliao), Hsinchu Keelung River 25-Oct-04 27-Oct-04           3 7     Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tszo           2,490               0.5   1,600 residents of Keelung city trapped by floodwaters. Floodwaters up to two stories high in Taipei county.
163 Colombia Northern Colombia -
Departments: Bolivar (Cartagena, Achi, San Jacinto del Cauca, la Mojana), Atlantico, Guajira, Cesar, Cordoba, Magdalena, Sucre (La Mojana), Santander, Caldas (Agrovilla). Cartagena. Barranquilla.
Cauca River, Magdelena river tributaries. 11-Oct-04 30-Nov-04          51 30      300,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpo        159,600             15.7 20043271820Colo163Ma2.47
20043251830Colo163Ma2.47
20043181825Colo163Ma2.49
Uncharacteristic heavy and sustained rainfall in past two months.
October 24: Heavy rains have caused 34 floods and 9 landslides, 57,000 homeless.
Floods and/or landslides in 24 out of 33 departments.
"this year's rainy season was the most damaging in years"
MODIS observations of high levels on the Magdelena river and tributaries November 13, 20, 22, 29.
162 Uganda Kasese District - Karusandara sub-county - Kanamba parish: (Mubuku II, Ngando and Kanyatete). Ibuga parish: Kikoga and Nyabubale Mubuku River 18-Oct-04 20-Oct-04           3            1,500   Heavy rain  see notes                  1   Tpz           1,130               0.4   News reports vary: 1,500 to over 10,000 people homeless. Destruction of homes and agricultural land. The cause is also reported to be either heavy rain or the Kasese Cobalt Co. channeling the Mubuku river into the Nkoko river. Over 700 acres crops destroyed.
161 Japan - Typhoon Tokage Western and southern Japan -
Shikoku - Kochi prefecture (Muroto), Kagawa.
Other prefectures: Kyoto  (Maizuru). Okayama (Tamano). Hyogo (Toyooka, Nishiwaki). Osaka. Gifu. Toyama (Takaoka).
Maruyamagawa river, Kakogawa 20-Oct-04 24-Oct-04           5 83        42,000   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   TsoCpSe*          32,210               2.9   Record 10th typhoon to hit Japan this year, Japan's deadliest typhoon in over a decade. Flash floods and landslides in addition to powerful winds and waves. More than 23,210 homes flooded, hundreds others ripped apart or buried in mudslides. 63 dead and 25 missing.
MODIS observations of sediment plumes off the coast of Shikoku on October 21 and off the coasts of Osaka and Nagoya on October 21, 22.
160 Australia New South Wales - Mid-North Coast -
Bellingen, Coffs Harbour, Repton, Urunga.
Bellingen River 19-Oct-04 22-Oct-04           4              100  $           5,500,000 Heavy rain   8               1   Tso           1,820               0.6   Severe storms bring torrential rain after a long drought. Bellingen river overflows and town of Belligen evacuated.
"It's worse than the 1996 storm when floods claimed one life,"
159 India and Bangladesh Northeastern India
Assam state - Goalpara district, Bolbola. Udalbakra. Guhwati. Krishnai, Dudhnoi and Agia. districts: Kamrup (Metro), Goalpara, Nagaon, Karbi, Anglong, Dhubri, Kamrup (Rural), Morigaon, Sonitpur, Darrang, Jorhat, Golaghat, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur
Meghalaya state - Garo hills
West Bengal - districts: Murshidabad, Malda, Burdwan, Birbhum, Howrah, Hooghly, Nadia, North 24 Parganas
Bihar State -
Bangladesh - Districts: Rajshahi, Naogaon, Jaipurhat, Gaibandha, Kurigram and Sirajganj. Towns: Manda, Niamatpur, Porsha and Mahadevpur. Sabaihat, Keshorehat. Joypurhat, Akkelpur.
India - Krishnai, Rongjuli and Dudhnoi, Hugli
Bangladesh - Atrai, Chhoto Jamuna, Surma
7-Oct-04 18-Oct-04          12 210      100,000   Heavy rain   10               1   Tszo        161,700             10.0 20042910715Brama159Ma2.37
20042870435Hugli159M2.37
20042860700Brama159Ma2.37
20042850445Assam159M2.37
20042840710Assam159Ma2.37
October 9 - Flash flooding and landslides in Gaolpara area of Assam kills over 160. More than 182 villages submerged in Goalpara.
"worst [deluge] in a decade to soak the region outside of a monsoon period"
Bangladesh - 54,300 families affected by flooding, 25,000 houses damaged, 28,300 hectares crops destroyed in Rajshahi and Naogaon

MODIS observation of high levels in Guwahati area on October 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18. Flooding observed on Hugli river in Burdwan area of  West Bengal on October 11, 13, 17 18.
158 Japan - Typhoon Meari Ehime Prefecture - Niihama, Saijo.
Mie prefecture - Miyagawa.
  26-Sep-04 30-Sep-04           5 19        10,000   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   TsoCpSe*           3,020               0.9   Floods and mudslides. 
157 Indonesia Sumatra - Aceh - Aceh Jaya regency - Teunom, Sampoinit and Krueng Sabe districts.
West Aceh regency - Meulaboh, Kuala Bhee, Tutut.
Nagan Raya - 
Krueng Teunom and Krueng On Rivers 26-Sep-04 3-Oct-04           8            3,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           5,570               1.6 20042770400Sumat157M2.55 Hundreds of homes inundated, thousands evacuated in dry season floods.

MODIS observation of high levels in rivers between Blangpidi and Calang in Aceh on October 3.
156 Panama Panama City area, San Miguelito, Tocumen.   17-Sep-04 19-Sep-04           3 13        11,700   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz                80               0.1   Floods and mudslides leave thousands of Panama City residents homeless.
155 Caribbean and USA - Hurricane Jeanne Puerto Rico - Municipality of Nagaubo
Dominican Republic - provinces: Samana, El Seibo, San Pedro de Macoris, La Romana, Duarte, Sanchez Ramirez
Haiti - Gonaives, Port-de-Paix, Chansolme, Gros-Morne, Pilate, Ennery. Artibonite region.North-West department. Tres Riviere valley. Dubedou.
Florida - Counties: Alachua, Columbia, Gilchrist, Marion, Suwanee, Lowndes, Volusia.
Virginia - Roanoke Valley. Salem.
Puerto Rico - Rio de la Plata, Rio Limon, Rio Grande de Manati, Rio Piedra and Rio Grande de Limon
Dominican Republic - Soco and tributaries. Yuna, Yaque del Norte
Haiti - Trois Rivieres
Florida - Peace, Suwanee, Withlacoochee, Santa Fe, St. Johns. Black and Cypress Creeks
15-Sep-04 1-Oct-04          17 3006      280,000   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tpo        109,500               9.4 20042781610Fla155M2.28
20042751850Fla155Ma2.36
20042721820Fla155Ma2.36
20042651505Haiti155M2.42
20042631515DomRep155M2.45
PuertoRico - Up to 2 feet of rain in Puerto Rico floods hundreds of homes. 3,600 evacuated. 7 deaths.
Dominican Republic - 19 deaths, over 37,000 evacuations.
Haiti - Widespread floods and landslides. 80 percent of Gonaives city flooded, at least 2,826 dead.  250,000 homeless. 30 percent of Port-de-Paix flooded. Extensive crop damage.
Florida - biggest floods since 1960 in Mullet Lake Park.

MODIS observation of flooding along Yaque del Norte river in Domincan Republic on September 19, 21. Flooding around Gonaives September 21, 22.
MODIS observation of Peace river at high levels on October 1, 4. Flooding along upper Saint Johns September 28, 29, October 1
154 USA Minnesota - Austin, Lansing, Hollandale, Blooming Prairie. Cedar Falls.
Iowa - Charles City, Armstrong.
Minnesota - Cedar River, Turtle Creek 15-Sep-04 19-Sep-04           5 1    $         12,000,000 Heavy rain                   1   TsuCpSe*          15,940               2.0   Up to a foot of rain in Twin Cities area and northern Iowa causing major flooding on the Cedar River at Austin, MN. Damage to crops, schools and homes. At least 3,090 homes damaged in Minnesota.
"This could be the worst flood in the history of Austin..."
153 North and South Korea North Korea Provinces: South Hwanghae, North Hwanghae, South Pyongan. Sariwon.
South Korea - Cheju island - Tosan, Songdang
  11-Sep-04 13-Sep-04           3       Heavy rain                   1   TsoCpSe*          19,690               1.5   North Korea - Heavy rain (138 mm to 239 mm) from a tropical depression inundates 13,000 hectares farmland and damages buildings and roads in South Hwanghae Province. 2,800 ha of farmland were submerged in North Hwanghae Province. 90 houses flooded in Sariwon.
South Korea - 16.34 inches rain floods 7,425 hectares farmland and 638 buildings on Cheju island. more than $1 million damages.
152 Taiwan - Typhoon Haima Northern Taiwan Counties: Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Taipei, Tainan. Towns: Shichih, Wufeng, Nankang district in Taipei city, Keelung, Taoyuan, Ruifang, Sanchung and Hsinchuang.  Keelung, Tanting 11-Sep-04 14-Sep-04           4 9     Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tszo          10,780               1.4   Heavy rain from Typhoon Haima causes floods and landslides. Hundreds homeless. Floodwaters 3 meters deep in Nankang district in Taipei city.
151 Caribbean and USA - Hurricane Ivan Pennsylvania - counties:  Allegheny, Butler, Bucks, Lycoming, Clearfield, Huntingdon, Luzerne, Mifflin, Westmoreland, Dauphin. Pittsburgh area. Etna, Millvale.
Maryland - Port Deposit.
New Jersey - Rutherford area. Trenton. Counties: Mercer, Bucks.
Ohio - McArthur, Quaker City, York Township, Marietta, Powhatan Point, Elba. Counties: Belmont, Washington.
New York - Roscoe, Oneonta, Hardenburg. Sullivan County.
North Carolina - Macon County, Linville, Asheville, Cullasaja, Franklin, Foscoe, Banner Elk.
West Virginia - Wheeling. counties : Wood, Mason.
Georgia - Atlanta area, Jackson county, Clarkesville, Clayton, Rabun
Tennessee - Rhea County. Spring City.
Jamaica - Montego Bay, Bull Bay, Lionel Town, Negril, Savanna La-Mar, Bluefields, Black River

Trinidad - Caparo, Tumpuna and Caroni
Haiti - Cap-Haitien, Les Cayes
Cuba - Pinar del Rio
Grenada -
Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman
Venezuela - coastal areas.
Pennsylvania - Susquehanna, Delaware, Allegheny. Chartiers Creek
New Jersey - Delaware
Georgia - Tuckasegee, Chattahoochee, Peachtree Creek
North Carolina - Cullasaja, Linville, Watauga, Pigeon.
Ohio - Upper Ohio River, Duck Creek.
West Virginia - Ohio, Little Kanawha,
Florida - Peace

Jamaica - Barnett River
Trinidad - Tumpuna, Caparo, Caroni
Cuba - Cuyaguateje River
8-Sep-04 21-Sep-04          14 100        20,000   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain 64               2   Tpo        363,500             31.8 20042631830IvanOhio151Ma2.49
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Powerful Hurricane Ivan causes extensive damage and flooding. 70 deaths in the Caribbean and at least 52 in the United States.
Grenada - 90 percent homes damaged or destroyed. 39 deaths
Jamaica - 16 deaths.
Cayman Islands - extensive damage.
September 16 - Ivan comes ashore along Alabama Gulf Coast. 23 deaths in USA
Georgia - Peachtree Creek at record level of 22 feet.
Florida panhandle - 14 deaths (mostly from wind, tornadoes and storm surge)
Pennsylvania - worst flooding since 1986 in Etna. Flooding damages or destroys over 30,000 homes. $264 million in damage
September 20 Flooding along the Susquehanna River "among its five worst since record-keeping began in the 19th century"
North Carolina - Biggest floods in 64 years in Appalachia. 10 deaths.
Ohio - Worst floods since 1959 in Marietta. Ohio river at highest levels in 40 years at Marietta. 400 homes and 400 businesses damaged.
Georgia - Worst flooding in 10 years

October  21 - USGS says ""in all likelihood," recent storms in the Pigeon River, French Broad and upper Catawba river basins caused 100-, 200- and, in some locations, 500-year floods. At five sites in the region,
floodwaters hit levels above any recorded since 1920."

MODIS observations of high levels along the Susquehanna river on
September 19, 20. High levels on French Broad River on Sep 19.
150 Spain Northeastern Spain - Cambrils, near Tarragona. Cortes in Navarre region. Zaragoza. Ebro river valley 7-Sep-04 8-Sep-04           2 3     Heavy rain                   1   TsuCs          38,950               1.4 20042511310aEbro150Ma2.40 Thousands of residents isolated in flooded Cortes, floodwaters reached 1.5 meters deep. Dozens evacuated. Road and rail damage.
MODIS observation of a small flood along Ebro river above Zaragoza on September 7
149 USA and Bahamas - Hurricane Frances Florida -  Tampa Bay area, Elfers. Bartow. Counties: Palm Beach, Hernando, Pasco, Arcadia.
North Carolina - Foscoe, Watauga County. Black Mountain area in Avery and McDowell Counties. Jackson County. Canton. Asheville. Buncombe County. Lumberton.
South Carolina - Florence County.
Southeastern Ohio -
Bahamas - Grand Bahama Island
Florida - Hillsborough, Myakka and Peace Rivers. Cypress Creek. St. John's, Anclote, Alafia, Withlacoochee
North Carolina - Watauga, Swannanoa, Tuckasegee, Pigeon, French Broad, Lumber
South Carolina - Broad River, Black Creek. Saluda.
5-Sep-04 14-Sep-04          10 16            300   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   TsoCp        309,000             12.8 20042531615NoCar149M2.43 USA - More than 13 inches rain along Florida's central east coast. Record levels on Peace River at Bartow and Cypress Creek at Worthington Gardens in Florida. 15 to 20 inches of rain in mountains of western North Carolina.
Bahamas - severe flooding on Grand Bahama Island, thousands evacuated, 2 dead.
MODIS observation of flooding on the French Broad river in North Carolina on September 9
148 China Sichuan Province - Dazhou, Yunyang county.  cities: Nanchong, Bazhong, Mianyang, Guangan, Guangyuan, Yaan and Liangshan
Chongqing Municipality - Kaixian County. Cities: Kaixian, Wanzhou, Yunyang, Wuxi, Chengkou, Bishan, Yubei, Beibei, Hechuang and Qijiang 
Zhou River, Upper Yangtze above Three Gorges Dam. 3-Sep-04 9-Sep-04           7 196      500,000  $       470,000,000 Heavy rain   200               3       412,000 Tszo          72,280             15.7 20042540345UYang148M2.37.TAB
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Days of heavy rain cause mudslides and flooding. Biggest flood in 200 years in Dazhou area and in Chongqing's Kaixian county. Worst flooding since 1998 on upper Yangtze. Floodwaters up to 8 meters deep in Dazhou. 412,000 hectares of crops flooded. Three Gorges Dam expecting largest flood peak since 1998. 412,000-hectare crops flooded. Tens of thousands of homes destroyed.
MODIS observation of high levels on the upper Yangtze river on September 9.
147 Russia Krasnodar Territory - district center of Labinsk.  Laba and tributaries Chamlyk, Okart, Shchuchka 31-Aug-04 1-Sep-04           2              500  see notes  Brief torrential rain Dam/Levy, break or release                 1   CpSe*              830               0.2   Labinsk district center receives a months rain in 12 hours causing Laba river and its tributaries to burst their banks. 10 settlements inundated, 738 houses flooded and 98 destroyed. Local dam broken. 135 km of roads destroyed. Economic damage at 145 million roubles.
146 USA - Tropical Storm Gaston Virginia - Richmond, Lynchburg. Counties: Chesterfield, Dinwiddie
South Carolina - Quinby. Florence.
Virginia - James, Nottoway
South Carolina - Black Creek
30-Aug-04 1-Sep-04           3 7    $         62,000,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   TsoCp          10,710               1.1   Remnants of Tropical Storm Gaston brings 14 inches of rain to Richmond area, parts of the city flooded 10 feet deep. Extensive flood damage to Shockoe Bottom section of Richmond. At least 6 bridges washed out.
Record flooding on Black Creek near Quinby, South Carolina.
145 Japan - Typhoon Chaba Western Japan - prefectures: Osaka, Hyogo, Okayama, Ehime, Kagawa, Miyazaki and Kagoshima. Chugoku and Shikoku regions.   30-Aug-04 31-Aug-04           2 13          5,900  $       124,000,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   TsoCpSe*          42,660               1.4   Japans third typhoon in 2 weeks. 13,000 houses flooded in Chugoku and Shikoku regions.
144 Vietnam and Cambodia Mekong Delta region
Vietnam provinces: An Giang, Cuu Long, Dong Thap, Long An, Can Tho, Kien Giang 
Mekong (Cuu Long), Tien River  24-Aug-04 21-Oct-04          59 34        30,000   Monsoonal rain                   1   Tszo          47,460               8.9 20042650335LMeko144M2.37
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October 7 - 15,600 houses, 217 schools, 4,800 hectares crops inundated.
MODIS observations of high levels along the lower Mekong river on August 6, 13, 15, 22, 24, 31. High levels in the Mekong Delta beginning July 12. Additional observations August 31, September 5, 21, 30, October 7. October 16, 20, 21 - Levels on the lower and middle Mekong are receding, but Mekong delta still very wet.
143 Philippines and Taiwan - Typhoon Aere Philippines - Luzon - Provinces: Pampanga, Tarlac, Bataan, Bulacan, Pangasinan, Benguet, Rizal, La Union,  Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Ifugao. Cities: Metro Manila area. San Mateo. Quezon City, Hermosa, Dinalupihan, Olongapo City, San Fernando, Paniqui, Urdaneta City, Candaba, Arayat, Santo Tomas, Calumpit. Camanava area.
Central and northern Taiwan - Counties: Hsinchu, Nantou, Taipei, Miaoli, Taichung. Cities: Sanchung, Hsinchuang, Keelung. Chunan and Toufen areas. Jen-ai and Hsinyi area.
Philippines - Agno, Pampanga, Kalaklan, Camiling, Chico, Tarlac, Sinocalan
Taiwan - Tamsui
24-Aug-04 12-Sep-04          20 67   1,058,849  $         23,500,000 Tropical cyclone Monsoonal rain 30               2  see notes  Tpz          38,800             11.8 20042430230Luzon143M2.43 Philippines - Typhoons Aere and Chaba are partial cause of heavy rains that triggered landslides and flooding in Manila area. 43 deaths. 1,058,849 people evacuated. 96,000 hectares rice flooded in Tarlac. Dike breach at Culibangbang in Tarlac. Worst floods in 5 years in San Fernando.
Pampanga "one of the worst disasters that have occurred in the province in a long time"
Taiwan - Mudslides and flash floods from Typhoon Aere. Worst floods in over 30 years in Sanchung city. 24 deaths.
China evacuated over one million from coastal areas as Aere approaches Fujian and Zhejiang.
MODIS observation of flooding along Pampangna and Tarlac rivers on August 30, September 3. Flooding much less by September 10.
142 Nigeria Gombe State - Yarwa-Gana, Burundi, Jekadafari, Yalenguruza, Bega, Bolari, Chencheniya and Tudun Wada wards. Tula Chiefdom in Kaltungo Local Government Area   21-Aug-04 23-Aug-04           3 25          3,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz          20,780               1.6   14 hours of heavy rains submerged 1500 houses. Farmland inundated. Many people unaccounted for. 17 deaths in Gombe city. Property damage of several millions.
141 Turkey Northwestern Turkey - Istnabul area - districts of Alibeykoy and Esenler. communities along the Bosporus, Marmara and Black Sea. Zonguldak Province.   16-Aug-04 17-Aug-04           2 2            100   Brief torrential rain                   1   Cs          16,750               0.9   Floodwaters up to 2 meters deep in Alibeykoy and Esenler districts of Istanbul, 100 rescued from rooftops. Heaviest rain in Istanbul in a decade, worst flooding in recent memory.
140 Japan and South Korea - Typhoon Megi Western Japan - Shikoku island - prefectures: Kagawa, Ehime, Hyogo, Kochi. Towns: Yamamoto, Toyohama, Shikokuchuo, Okawa.
Southern South Korea - Provinces: South Cholla,  South Jeolla, North and South Kyongsang. Cheju Island. Gwangju
Nakdong and Hyeongsan rivers 16-Aug-04 19-Aug-04           4 15          2,400  $                 5,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   TsoCpSe*          16,540               1.8   Japan - 11 deaths. Heavy rain causes flooding and landslides. 439 mm rain in Shikokuchuo city in Ehime. 600 homes flooded in Shikoku. 2,234 houses flooded in  Hyogo, Kagawa and Ehime prefectures.
South Korea - 4 deaths. Destroyed or damaged 98 houses and flooded 1,408 others. 
139 USA California - Mojave Desert - Death Valley National Park - Furnace Creek area, Zabriskie Point. Furnace Creek Wash 15-Aug-04 16-Aug-04           2 2     Brief torrential rain                   1   Tso              580               0.2   Heavy flash flooding from storms kills two and damages a major highway. Death Valley National Park closed and evacuated.
138 UK Southwest England - Cornwall Coast. Boscastle area, Camelford Valency, Jordan, Paradise, Camel 16-Aug-04 17-Aug-04           2              150  $    1,000,000,000 Heavy rain                   2   C*              141               0.2   Torrential rain in a steep valley brings severe flash flooding along Cornwall coast from Boscastle to Camelford. Bridge destroyed, buildings collapsed, cars swept away, at least 50 trapped motorists rescued with helicopters. Worst flash floods in Britian in decades. Several people missing as of August 18. Boscastle damages at Ł25 million.
"FLASH floods that caused millions of pounds of damage in Boscastle, Cornwall, were among the most extreme ever recorded in Britain."
137 Canada Northwestern New Brunswick - Madawaska County. Clair, Baker Brook and Edmundston. Upper Saint John River basin.  13-Aug-04 15-Aug-04           3 1     Heavy rain                   1   TsuCpSs**           1,450               0.4   Heavy rains from aftermath of tropical storm Bonnie causes flash flooding in Saint John River basin. Homes flooded and roads washed away.
Biggest rainstorm since 1955 in Clair.
136 China - Typhoon Rananim Zhejiang - Taizhou City. Yueqing  area. Leqing   12-Aug-04 15-Aug-04           4 164        30,000  $    2,200,000,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tszo          16,660               1.8   China's worst typhoon since 1956 causes flooding in addition to extensive wind damage and landslides. 42,400 homes destroyed,  271,000 hectares of farmland ruined. Tens of thousands of people stranded by floodwaters in Taizhou City as of August 15. 300,000 evacuated in coastal Zhejiang ahead of the typhoon. 28 deaths due to flooding and landslides. Landslide in Yueqing kills at least 39.
135 Nigeria Northeastern Nigeria Adamawa state - Song area: Loko, Dumne and Dikwa  Tributary of the Benue river 8-Aug-04 12-Aug-04           5 65          2,500   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           5,480               1.2   Flash floods submerge houses and farms after 8 hours of torrential rains, heaviest seasonal rains in 50 years in the region. 500 families homeless.
"The flood is a yearly occurrence, but it has never been this bad,"
134 Nigeria Southern Nigeria town of Ughelli in Delta State. Cassidy and Eriemu 8-Aug-04 10-Aug-04           3          15,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz              510               0.2   Three days of heavy rain leaves 3,000 houses submerged. Floods "destroying farmland, livestock and properties worth millions of naira"
133 South Africa Cape Town area - Cape Peninsula, Cape Flats.   7-Aug-04 9-Aug-04           3          15,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tsu              199               0.2 20042240850CapeFlat133M2.38 15,000 homeless in Cape Flats when shacks flooded. Damage in the millions of rands in Cape Town.
132 Thailand Central and northeastern provinces: Chiang Mai (San Kamphaeng, Muang, San Sai, Phrao, Chiang Dao, Fang, Mae Taeng, Wiang Haeng, Doi Saket and Saraphi), Chiang Rai (Mae Suay, Thoeng, Phaya Meng Rai, Wiang Chai), Ubon Ratchathani (Khemmarat, Pho Sai, Muang), Mae Hong Son (Muang), Phrae (Den Chai and Long), Phitsanulok (Wang Thong, Noen Maprang, Phrom Phiram, Ban Pluak Ngarm of Noen Maprang). Mukdahan. Nan (Muang). Sukhothai (Muang), Uttaradit (Tron, Ban Khok, Phichai, Laplae and Tha Pla). Lampang (Muang), Phichit (Bang Mun Nak, Pho Prathap Chang), Nakhon Sawan, Nakhon Phanom, Nong Bua Lamphu, Prachin Buri.
Prachin Buri (Na Di, Prachantakham, Bu Fai ), Yasothon, Surin (Phanom Dongrak, Prasart, Chom Phra, Thatoom and Muang), Nakhon Nayok,  Buri Ram (Satuk, Kandong), Roi Et, Kalasin, Si Sa Ket (Rasi Salai), Phichit.
Mekong and tributaries
Sai, Pai, Mae Lao, Kon, Nan, Ping, Kok, Nan, Wang, Ing.
Chao Phya,  Chi,  Mool, Noi, Nakhon Nayok, Mun, Yom
6-Aug-04 3-Oct-04          59 11        60,000   Monsoonal rain   10               2       378,000 Tszo        154,400             32.0 20042740630ChiRai132Ma2.49
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Worst floods in Thailand in decades, more than 500,000 people affected.
94 villages and 105,000 rai of farmland submerged, and 27,193 people homeless in Ubon Ratchathani.
80,000 rai farmland submerged in Buri Ram.  7 deaths and 110,000 hectares rice fields submerged in Roi Et province.
September 9 - Phichit, Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son provinces experience flooding from Sai and Pai Rivers. More flooding in Chiang Mai and Ubon Ratchathani provinces.
September 20 - flooding spreads throughout the north and northeast. Worst floods in Chang Rai in 10 years. 104,000 people either homeless or stranded.

MODIS observations: Flooding on Mun and Chi rivers and tributaries on August 13, 18, 25, 27, September 5.
Flooding along upper Mekong in Laos and northern Thailand on September 14, 24, 26.
Flooding near Chang Rai on September 19, 24, 26, 30, October 3.
131 Saudi Arabia Southern Jizan region - Sabya, Abu Al-Silae, Um Al-Qadab, Al-Melhaa, Wadi Wasae, Shahdan and Beesh. Hajrouf, Fawarisa and Ayash    3-Aug-04 4-Aug-04           2 8     Heavy rain   45               2   Tpu           4,070               0.9   Heavy rains and thunderstorms inundate 40 valleys. Worst floods in 45 years. Houses and roads destroyed, damage to agriculture.
130 India and Pakistan Northwest India -
Uttaranchal state - Udham Singh Nagar district
Gujarat State - Surat,  districts: Bharuch, Vadodara, Dahod and Panchamahals
Maharashtra State - Mumbai, Jalgaon
Punjab state -
Haryana state -
Rajasthan - Kota and Bhilwara districts.
Pakistan - Pasroor area, Sialkot District 
India - Narmada, Mahi, Kailash, Bayal
Punjab - Ghaggar River
Pakistan - Indus tributaries, Tavi,
1-Aug-04 8-Sep-04          39 210      100,000   Monsoonal rain   6               1   Tszo        638,400             29.3 20042520540Gujar130M2.26
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Worst flooding in Gujarat since 1998.
Narmada dam in Gujarat begins overflowing on August 6 - thousands prepare to evacuate.
August 9 - India releases water into Nullahs Dek and Hasri which floods hundreds of Pakistani villages in Pasroor.
MODIS observations:
Flooding on Ghaggar river on border of Punjab and Haryana on August 8, 21. Smaller floods observed further downriver on August 14.
High levels in the Gulf and Rann of Kutch and in Gujarat around Ahmadabad on August 25, September 3, 8.
High levels on the upper and middle Indus river begin on July 12 and continue through September.
129 China Inner Mongolia region - Bayan Nur city, Delingshan area. Districts: Urad Middle Banner and Urad Front Banner   2-Aug-04 3-Aug-04           2 8     Brief torrential rain                   1   CSs*          19,410               1.0   63 mm rain in an hour cause flash floods. 56 houses destroyed, 91 sheep swept away. 11,200 people affected.
128 Philippines Mindanao - Maguindanao, North Cotabato. Towns: Saudi Ampatuan, Pagalungan, Datu Montawal, Datu Piang, Datu Abdullah Sangki, Mamasapano, Shariff Aguak, Datu Unsay, Talitay, Sultan sa Barongis, Kabuntalan and SK Pendatun, Pigcawayan, Libungan and Alamada.  Rio Grande de Mindanao, Liguasan Marsh area 31-Jul-04 13-Aug-04          14          80,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpo           2,440               1.3 20042240205Minda128M2.45.TAB 20,000 families displaced by flooding aftern 4 days of torrential rains. 12 towns in Maguindanao under water
MODIS observation of flooding along Mindanao river on August 9, 11.
127 Japan Southwestern Japan
Shikoku island - Matsuyama city, Ehime Prefecture. Tokushima prefecture, Kamiyama
Nara Prefecture. 
  1-Aug-04 2-Aug-04           2 1     Heavy rain                   1   TsoCpSe*          13,380               0.8   Typhoon Namtheum weakens into a tropical depression over the Sea of Japan bringing as much as 48 inches of rain to some areas. Floods and mudslides.
2,140 homes flooded or destroyed in 10 prefectures.
126 USA South Carolina - Greenville Reedy River 29-Jul-04 30-Jul-04           2 0              60  $           5,800,000 Brief torrential rain   96               2   TsoCp              280               0.2   "Reedy River rose to 19.2 feet - the highest level recorded since 1908's 21 feet. "
125 Thailand Northeastern Thailand -
Roi Et Province - Tambon Phrathat, Chiang Kwan.
Yasothon Province -
Roi Et Province - Nong Ya Ma reservoir has collapsed
Yasothon Province - Chee river 
27-Jul-04 2-Aug-04           7 3     Heavy rain  Dam/Levy, break or release                  1   Tszo          17,190               2.6   More than 4,000 acres agricultural land submerged in Roi Et. Nong Ya Ma reservoir has collapsed. Many villages inundated. Chee river overflows and inundates five villages in Yasothon.
124 USA Northern Texas - Dallas-Fort Worth area. counties: Dallas, Ellis. Towns: Lancaster, Ovilla Trinity, Red Oak Creek  28-Jul-04 31-Jul-04           4 3    $         17,000,000 Heavy rain   37               2   Tsu          21,190               4.0 20042131705Texas124M2.42
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Over 13 inches of rain in the Lancaster area. 200 homes flooded, bridge collapsed in Ovilla.
"Mayor Joe Tillotson, who has lived in the city since 1967, said it was the worst flooding he had seen"
MODIS observation of flooding on Trinity river southeast of Dallas on July 30, 31.
123 Slovakia, Poland and Hungary Eastern Slovakia - Spis region. Districts: Spisska Nova Ves, Gelnica,  Prešov, Trebišov, Košice . Markovce, Haniska, Kapusany. Svinica. Kapusany.
Southern Poland - Podkarpackie region, Malopolska region. Tarnow area, Szczawnica
Northeastern Hungary - Tokaj
Slovakia - Hornad, Bodrog, Torysa and Ondava
Northeastern Hungary - Hernad River
27-Jul-04 10-Aug-04          15 2          1,175  see notes  Heavy rain   100               3   CpSe*          16,220             10.3   Slovakia - Steady rain since July 26. 72 towns and villages inundated by July 29. $24.8 million Euros damages in Kosice and Presov regions. Highest levels on the Ondava River in over 100 years near Markovce and HradiStska Mo>va.
Poland - hundreds houses flooded around Tarnow, 18,000 hectares land flooded.
Hungary - highest level of alert issued for Hernad River near border of Slovakia. 100 people evacuated.
122 China Northeastern China - Liaoning Province - Jianping, Chaoyang, Jianchang
Jilin Provinces and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Province
Liaohe River and tributaries Qinghe and Chaihe. Xinkai.  12-Jul-04 30-Jul-04          19 11     Heavy rain                   1   TsuCpSe*        106,600               9.6 20041980255IXinkai122M2.40
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11 killed in floods in Liaoning Province since June, roads and bridges destroyed. Continued rain in Liaohe river basin.
August 2 - all major rivers in China have receded below flood stage.
MODIS observations of high levels on the Liaohe tributary Xinkai near Tongiliao on July 12, 16, 19, 21, 30
121 Romania Bacau Region - villages of Asau and Agas, Comanesti
other counties: Buzau, Suceava, Arges .
Trotus, Teleajen 28-Jul-04 2-Aug-04           6 8          2,000  $         40,000,000 Heavy rain   50               2          1,000 CpSe*          17,940               4.8   700 homes flooded, 213 bridges and overpasses damaged, 230 km roads damaged. Thousands hectares land flooded. Highest levels in 50 years in Arges.
60 percent of homes had been flooded in the villages of Asau and Agas.
120 Azerbaijan Daskasan District - Kobalt and Boyat villages
Saki District - Kondalan, Asagi Goynuk, Goynuklar villages
Sin 22-Jul-04 30-Jul-04           9 4     Heavy rain                   1   CpSe*          17,240               2.9   4 deaths in Daskasan District with damages to houses and infrastructure.
Bridges and roads destroyed and agriculture damae in Saki District.
119 Vietnam Ha Giang province - Yen Minh district, Du Tien and Du Gia.
Cao Bang province - Bao Lam district
Thai Binh
Hong, Luc Nam, Thuong and Thai Binh rivers and tributaries.
Red River Delta.
18-Jul-04 28-Jul-04          11 36    $           8,300,000 Heavy rain                   1          1,200 Tszo          12,020               2.6   31 killed and 22 missing in flash floods and landslides in mountainous Ha Giang province. 1,200 hectares of crops destroyed
Rice paddys in Red River Delta inundated as of July 22 in Thai Binh.
MODIS observation of high levels in the Red River delta on July 28.
118 Georgia Mestia region in western Georgia. Svaneti   15-Jul-04 20-Jul-04           6 1    see notes  Heavy rain   17               1   CpSe*           2,160               0.8   Rain and hail destroy several bridges and flooded thousands hectares land July 15-16. Continued rain causes more floods by July 20, many settlements cut off. "damage is assessed at over GEL 4 million"
Similar floods took place in 1987 in Svaneti.
117 New Zealand North Island - Eastern Bay of Plenty -Waimana farm district, Rangitaiki plains. Towns: Opotiki, Whakatane, Edgecumbe, Te Teko, Thornton,  Awakeri, Ohope, Waimana. Rangitaiki River 18-Jul-04 29-Jul-04          12 2          2,850  $         45,000,000 Heavy rain   50               2        12,000 Cp           6,960               4.1 20042070225NZPlenty117Ma2.39
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250mm rain in 48 hours. Floods, landslides and earthquakes. Thousands of hectares farmland and hundreds of homes underwater. Damages expected to be in tens of millions.
"The peak flow on the Rangitaiki River was almost exactly a 100-year-flood size,"
July 27 - Eastern Bay of Plenty still under state of emergency, Rangitaiki Plains still under water. Continued rain.
MODIS observation of flooding near the mouth of the Rangitaiki river on July 18, 24, 25.
116 China Hunan Province - Chenxi County. prefectures: Huaihua, Xiangxi, Changde, Yiyang, Zhangjiajie and Yueyang.  Huaihua city.  Hunan - rivers: Ruanshui, Zishui, Yanshui, Lishui, Yuanjiang.  Southern Dongting Lake.  17-Jul-04 30-Jul-04          14 2      135,000  $         51,200,000 Heavy rain   100               2        74,000 Tszo          86,020             15.5 20042040535Yang116Ma2.42
20042050305YangDong116M2.32
Hunan - "one of its worst floods in a hundred years " on the Ruanjiang river in Chenxi county.
783 houses collapsed, 12,000 were damaged and 74,000 hectares of crops were destroyed.
One third of urban Huaihua under water on July 19.
August 2 - all major rivers in China have receded below flood stage.
MODIS observation of high levels around Lake Dongting and Wuhan on July 22, 23, 27.
115 Afghanistan Badakhshan province - Roy Doab; Shohada and Jurm districts.
Bamian province - Deqala, Bajga and Ruy Sang in the Kahmard district
Baghlan.
Samangan province.
  16-Jul-04 19-Jul-04           4 16            300   Monsoonal rain                   1             200 Cs          78,940               3.9   200 hectares farmland damaged, 300 livestock killed. Over 340 houses destroyed in Khamard district in Bamyan province and 60% of harvest destroyed.  Hundreds homeless.
114 China Henan Province - counties: Wuyang. Luohe, Nanyang and Pingdingshan
Anhui Province - Dangshan county.
Huaihe River Tributaries
Henan - Lihe, Hongru, Shaying
Anhui - Wohe, Shayin and Honghe 
16-Jul-04 30-Jul-04          15        150,000   Heavy rain                   1       154,000 Tszo          52,800               6.2 20042050305Huai114M2.40
20042040535Huai114Ma2.55
Henan - 60,000 evacuated after Lihe River overflowed and burst embankments. 400 million yuan in crop losses recorded.
"Rainstorms on Friday and Saturday in Henan's Wuyang county caused five breaches of the Li River dam"
August 2 - all major rivers in China have receded below flood stage.
MODIS observation of high levels on Huai river near Shouxian in Anhui on July 21, 22, 23, 24.
113 South and North Korea South Korea - Provinces: North and South Chungcheong, Seoul, Kyonggi, South Cholla.
North Korea - Provinces: North Pyongan, South Pyongan, Jagang, North Hwanghae, South Hwanghae, Kangwon and Ryanggang
  15-Jul-04 25-Jul-04          11 34      160,000  see notes  Monsoonal rain                   1          4,619 TsuCpSe*        102,900               7.7   South Korea - 10 dead. Heavy rain since July 9. 301 houses either flooded or destroyed. 4,619 hectares of farmland in central and southern regions were flooded
3,419 hectares of farmland inudated in South Cholla Province; 505 hectares in South Chungchong Province, 173 hectares in North Chungchong Province, 378 hectares in North Kyongsang Province, and 79 hectares in Kyonggi and other provincial areas.
6.45 billion won damages in North Chungchong Province.
North Korea - 24 dead, 39,851 families homeless. "torrential rains that reportedly flooded about 100,000 hectares of farmland across the country"
112 Canada Eastern Ontario - Peterborough Jackson Creek 15-Jul-04 17-Jul-04           3              250  $         40,000,000 Brief torrential rain                   2   TsuCpSs**              510               0.5   Overnight storms dump more than 190mm of rain - floods downtown Peterborough and causes a state of emergency. Water over 4 feet deep in some city streets.
"Peterborough Mayor Sylvia Sutherland called the storm a "100-year flood."" "the worst flood the city's ever endured"
"One insurance company estimated damage could be as high as $50 million"
111 China Southern China
Guangxi Province - Binyang County. Wuzhou, Nanning area.
Guangdong Province - Shantou , Puning , Leizhou and Shunde. Maoming
Guangxi - Xijiang, Zhujiang or Pearl River.
14-Jul-04 27-Jul-04          14 24        82,000   Heavy rain                   1  see notes  Tszo        156,600             10.4   Guangxi - 4,210 houses collapsed, 30 reservoirs destroyed, 160,000 hectares of crops affected.
"Several major rivers were more than 3 metres above flood alert levels, with some 3.3 million people affected in 20 cities and counties of Guangxi".
July 20 - flash floods and landslides around Nanning area.
July 27 - authorities in Guangxi announce flooding along Xijiang river has been controlled.
Guangdong - 256,000 people 'affected' by flooding in western Guangdong. 3,700 evacuated in Maoming.
110 Japan Niigata prefecture - Sanjo, Muramatsu, Mitsuke. Tsugawa, Nakanoshima, Tochio.
Fukushima prefecture - Showa
Fukui (Kida and Minori areas).
Ikarashigawa, Kariyatagawa, Asuwa, Asuwagawa 13-Jul-04 18-Jul-04           6 18          5,800  see notes  Heavy rain                   1   TsoCpSe*          25,360               2.9   Flash floods and mudslides. More than 20,000 houses flooded in Niigata prefecture, 13,000 households ordered to evacuate. Record rain in Niigata - 400mm since July 12.
"Levees along rivers in Muramatsu, Mitsuke and Sanjo gave way"
Fukui - 11,309 homes flooded, 48.7 billion yen damages.
MODIS observation of sediment plumes off the coast of Niigata on July 22, 23
109 USA South Central New Jersey - Burlington country - Medford Lakes, Mount Laurel , Camden, Lumberton, Vincentown, Southampton, Pemberton New Jersey - Cooper River, Rancocas Creek  12-Jul-04 15-Jul-04           4              500  $         30,000,000 Heavy rain   65               2   TsuCpSe*           2,440               1.4   Over a foot of rain causes the worst flooding in 65 years in Burlington County New Jersey. Five small dams broke in Medford Lakes area; 12 dams broke around Burlington County. New record on Cooper River in Camden, NJ.
108 Nepal and Bhutan Southern and eastern Nepal - eastern and central Terai Belt. districts: Rautahat (Gaur), Udaypur, Dang, Janakpur, Mahottari, Jhapa, Saptari, Siraha, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Bara, Makwanpur, Morang, Sunsari, Pyuthan, Ramechhap.
Bhutan - six eastern dzongkhags including Trashigang, Lungtenzampa area
Nepal - Bagmati, Lal Bakaiya and Jhanjh. Tawa, Rapti, Samari, Koshi   5-Jul-04 11-Aug-04          38 185      100,000   Monsoonal rain  Rain and snowmelt  15               1   Tszo          65,220               9.3   Monsoon season arrives late in Nepal, 28 of 75 districts hit by flooding and landslides. 15 villages inundated in Rautahat district. Hundreds of houses under water in Janakpur district. Thousands hectares agricultural land in several districts flooded. 100,000 displaced and 80% of municipality submerged in Mahottari. Landslides cut off Katmandu. Worst floods in 15 years in Nepal. 67,000 houses damaged.
107 China Southwestern China - Yunnan Province
Counties: Yingjiang, Longchuan, Lushui, Huize, Zhina. Dehong Prefecture. Tenchong.
Lisu Autonomous Prefecture of Nujiang. Pianma Town. Baoshan City
Nujiang River 4-Jul-04 23-Jul-04          20 35        26,000   Heavy rain                   1        20,000 Tszo          44,800               6.3   Floods and mud-rock flows. A dozen villages inundated in Yingjiang county. 4,500 acres crops and 2,400 houses collapsed in Longchuan county.
Continuous rain in Yunnan from July 1 to July 18. Floods and landslides along Nujiang river in Lisu Autonomous Prefecture leave 5 dead and 11 missing. 3,638 houses collapsed and 310 hectares of fields were submerged in Nujiang.
20,000 houses destroyed, 20,000 hectares crops destroyed and extensive infrastructure damaged in Yunnan.
106 Chile Southern Chile - Valdivia province Calle Calle and San Pedro rivers 30-Jun-04 1-Jul-04           2 3          9,000   Heavy rain                   1   Cp           4,600               0.5   Rainstorms in Valdivia province cause Calle Calle and San Pedro rivers to overflow. "several areas were flooded"
105 Philippines, Taiwan and North Korea - Typhoom Mindulle Philippines: Luzon - northern areas - Cagayan, Laoag, La Union, Ilocos, Cordillera.
Central Mindanao.
Taiwan: counties: Nantou, Taichung, Chiayi. Taichung City, Pingtung
North Korea: Kangwon and South Hwanghae provinces.
Taiwan - Tachia River, Kaoping River 29-Jun-04 13-Jul-04          15 54      385,000  $         60,000,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain 25               2  see notes  Tpz          84,820             15.8 20041950230Taiwan105M2.37
20041880225Taiwan105M2.37
Philippines - Typhoom Mindulle causes widespread flooding in the north of Luzon island, also landslides. 10,000 houses destroyed or damaged, 385,000 displaced. Damage to infrastructure, crops and livestock. 28 dead. Damages to crops, livestock and infrastructure: $19.6 million US.
Taiwan - Flooding and landslides. Damage to crops and infrastructure at $41 million US. 26 dead. Worst flooding in southern Taiwan in 25 years.
North Korea - 1,700 houses unundated on July 4 and 5. 10,000 hectares arable land flooded. Other infrastructure damage.
MODIS observation of flooding along the southeast coast of Taiwan on July 8, 13.
104 China Sichuan Province - Xingwen County, Yibin city   28-Jun-04 30-Jun-04           3 15     Heavy rain                   1   Tszo          14,990               1.3   Four days of heavy rains cause floods and mudslides. Landslide in Yibin city kills 6.
103 Philippines Mindanao - North Cotabato province - several villages in Alamada town. Libungan and Pigcawayan. Libungan river 28-Jun-04 30-Jun-04           3 5          1,200  see notes  Heavy rain                   1   Tpo           2,080               0.5   Flash floods kill 5 and leave 10 missing in mountainous town. 300 families homeless. Floods blamed on illegal logging. Damage to crops and properties at P500 million. 
102 Guam and Northern Marianas - Typhoon Tingting Guam - Agat, Merizo, Barrigada and Mangilao
Northern Marianas - Saipan.
  27-Jun-04 28-Jun-04           2 4            500   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tpo              650               0.2   Tropical Storm Tingting dumps 16 inches of rain on Guam on June 27 causing flooding over most of the island. "wettest June in 47 years of record keeping" on Guam.  Mudslides. 1 dead and 300 evacuated on Guam. 3 dead and 200 evacuated in Northern Marianas.
101 Russia Krasnodar Territory - Labinsk area. Upornaya, Sladky Chemlyk, Okrat, Laba and tributaries. 26-Jun-04 1-Jul-04           6              500  $           6,900,000 Heavy rain                   1   CpSe*           1,800               0.8   Chemlyk and Okrat rivers flooded over 200 houses. 80 houses inundated and 3 destroyed in Labinsk area by Laba river and tributaries. Damage to bridges, roads and  crops; loss of farm animals.
100 Russia Yakutia - Boronukh, Suordakh, Barylakh, Dulgalakh, Verkhoyansk  Yana river and tributaries 23-Jun-04 21-Jul-04          29              700                       1   CSs**        157,000             13.3 20041790235Yana100Ma2.44
20041790215Yana100M2.39
20041780315LenaYana100M2.40
20041780310Yana100M2.38
Verkhoyansk town 75% flooded.
MODIS observation of high levels on the Yana river on June 25, 26, 27, 28, July 7, 8, 12, 14, 16, 21.
99 Nicaragua Puerto Cabezas and Matagalpa provinces. North and South Atlantic Autonomous regions. Cerro Musun, Rio Blanco, Cruz de Rio Grande, Alamikamba, Prinzapolka, Rio Grande de Matagalpa, Companacrik.  Prinzapolka 24-Jun-04 20-Jul-04          27 25        18,000  $         11,200,000 Heavy rain                   1          1,959 Tpo          26,960               5.4 20041931900Nicar099Ma2.38
20041841905Nicar099Ma2.F36
20041841600Nicara099M2.36
Seven rivers flooded after heavy rains. Mudslides in Matagalpa. 17 dead and 24 missing. 112 houses washed away in floods. 280 kilometers of highway damaged by landslides and flooding. 1,959 hectares crops destroyed along the Rio Prinzapolka.
MODIS observation of flooding on Prinzapolka river on June 27, July 2, 11, 18.
98 Nigeria Jigawa State - Kaugama and Birniwa Local Go-vernment Areas. Villages: Tashena, Dankida, Arki, Damatsa, Almu and Sau-rakin. Hadejia River Valley 22-Jun-04 25-Jun-04           4              300   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           8,720               1.3   Crops washed away and communities submerged. Hundreds displaced.
97 China Hunan Province - Huaihua, Yiyang,  Xiangxi, Changsha , Loudi, Hengyang , Yueyang areas.   20-Jun-04 25-Jun-04           6 27      168,000  $       360,000,000 Heavy rain                   1   Tszo          92,250               5.4   Heavy rains cause floods and landslides. 21,000 houses collapsed and another 33,000 damaged. Economic losses 2.43 billion yuan.
MODIS observations of high levels around Dongting Lake in Hunan on June 21.
96 India, Bangladesh and Burma India - Bihar State - 18 out of 38 districts including: Darbhanga, Sheohar, Madhubani, Sitamarhi, East Champaran, Samastipur, Muzaffarpur, Bhagalpur, Banka, West Champaran, Siwan, Araria, Katihar, Khagaria, Supaul. 
Assam State - 26 of 28 districts including: Goalpara, Dhubri, Sonitpur, Majuli, Nalbari, Kamrup, Darrang, Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Bongaigaon. cities: Guwahati, Goalpara, Nagaon and Cachar.
Tripura State - South Tripura district. Agartala area.
Arunachal Pradesh - Seppa district, Sejusa; East Kameng district
West Bengal - Murshidabad, Nadia, North 24 Pargana, Birbhum and Burdwan. Champasari, Karaibari, Gulma, Sukna, Rajib Nagar, Sitlapara, Shib Nagar and Nouka Ghat.
Uttar Pradesh - Sitapur
Bangladesh - 25 of its 64 districts including: Satkhira, Moulvibazar, Habiganj, Comilla, Sylhet, Sherpur, Sunamganj, Kurigram, Chittagong, Netrokona, Bogra, Manikganj, Pabna, Gazipur, Barisal . Dhaka area.
Burma - Mandalay area. Myikyina, Kachin State. Henzada and Pantanaw regions. Shan State. Tenasserim Division.
India - Uttar Pradesh - Sarda.
Bihar - Kiul, Bagmati, Adhawara, Lakhandai, Sakri, Bhutahi Balan, Kosi, Gandak, Burhi.
Assam - Brahmaputra and tributaries.
Arunachal Pradesh - Pakke, Bordikrai, Hulengi, Satrang.  
West Bengal - Bhagirathi and Ichhamati. Fulohar, Lish, Mansai,
Tripura - Bhairav, Gomati, Muhuri, Fenni, Howrah
Bangladesh - Kabatakh, Gomoti, Khowai, Dhalai, Muhuri, Gumti, Burma. Ganges, Padma, Brahmaputra, Jamuna and Meghna, Dharla.
Burma - Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers and tributaries. Salween and Shweli. Tenasserim.
20-Jun-04 7-Oct-04        110 3000  40,000,000  see notes  Monsoonal rain   17               2   Tszo     1,163,000           101.4 20042750715Brama096Ma2.32
20042700525Sarda096M2.34
20042690755Sarda096Ma2.43
20042680405Irrawad096M2.31
20042640425Irrawa096M2.34
20042630650Irrawad096Ma2.40
20042470520MGang096M2.33
20042370445TibetBrama096M2.24
20042340415LIrraw132M2.42
20042300435Tibet096M2.23.
20042250420BramaMeg096M2.36
20042220700Brama096Ma2.39
20042120800Ghaghra096Ma2.46
20042090420Brama096M2.45
20042090730Bihar096Ma2.36
20042080645Chindwin096Ma2.45
20042070740Bihar096Ma2.38
20042060700Brama096Ma2.46
20042040710Brama096Ma2.43
20041950715Brama096Ma2.38
20041800450Bihar096M2.30
20041770730Bihar096Ma2.36
20041760515Bihar096M2.34
"South Asia's worst monsoon flooding in 15 years"
India - 2178 deaths since June (Includes event 2004-085 and 2004-130). 12 million people homeless or stranded by flooding.
Bihar: 611 deaths as of July 25. 10 million people in 16 districts displaced or trapped by flooding as of July 16.
Assam: 88 deaths as of July 23. Worst flooding in 25 years; $1.08 billion in damages. 8,500 villages under water as of July 23; 7.5 million displaced. "This is the worst flooding in recent memory"
Tripura: 90,000 displaced, 3 deaths.
Bangladesh - Worst flooding in Bangladesh since 1998. 898 deaths since June. 30 million people marooned, 25 of Bangladesh's 64 districts inundated; two thirds of Bangladesh under water. Worst flooding in Sylhet since 1988. 10 million hectares crops destroyed. $7 billion in damages.
July 22 - Bramaputra at 51.43 meters in Guwahati, higher than in 1988 record of 51.37. Bramaputra at 37.85 m in Goalpara, higher than 1954 record of 37.43.
July 25 - 40% of Dhaka city submerged.
September 14 - late monsoon rains flood Dhaka and kill 26.
Heaviest rains in 50 years in Dhaka.
September 20 - 800,000 homeless in late monsoon flooding in West
Bengal

MODIS observations: Flooding in Patna area of Bihar on June 24.
More flooding in Bihar June 25, 28, July 25, 27, August 1, 3.
High levels on Bramaputra river on June 25, 30, July 1, 2.
Extensive flooding along the Bramaputra and Meghna on July 13, 22,
24, 25, 27, August 1, 3, 9. Less flooding on August 12, 14, 16, 18, 21, 24.
Flooding along Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers and their tributaries
observed July 24, 26, August 11, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25
Flooding intensified along the middle and lower Irrawaddy on
September 17, 19, 20.
Flooding along Sarda in Uttar Pradesh Sep 25, 26, 27, 28, October 5
95 Slovakia Trencin area Vah river valley 19-Jun-04 20-Jun-04           2       Heavy rain   60               2   CpSe*              750               0.4   Spring flooding from snowmelt and ice jams.
3,000 houses flooded in Altai Territory; 454 houses inundated in Biisk.
9 dead and 450 houses inundated in in Abaz, Khakassia from Abakan river flooding.
8 dead in Kemerovo from Knodoma river flooding.
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94 Thailand Provinces: Prae, Nakhon Sawan, Sukhothai, Pichit, Mae Hong Son, Tak, Nan, Payao, Phitsanuok and Loei. Phetchabun. Yom, Nan, Pa Sak 4-Jun-04 21-Jun-04          18 1          4,000   Monsoonal rain                   1   Tszo          62,810               7.2   Heavy rains from tropical depression Chantu. 1000 families evacuated in Phetchabun when Pa Sak river burst its banks.+-
MODIS observations of flooding along Yom, Nan and Chao Praya rivers on June 4, 13, 19, 22
93 Brazil Paraiba State - Alagoa Grande city Camara Dam on the Mamanguate River 17-Jun-04 18-Jun-04           2 7          3,000   Dam/Levy, break or release                   1   Tpo              150               0.1   The Camara Dam on the Mamanguate River ruptured and flooded city of Alagoa Grande. Thousands homeless.
92 Nigeria Lagos city   17-Jun-04 18-Jun-04           2       Heavy rain                   1   Tpz              340               0.1   Ten hours rain floods large areas of Lagos city. Blocked drains caused by dumping refuse blamed for flooding.
91 China Guizhou Province - counties: Shuicheng, Fenggang. Liupanshui City   14-Jun-04 16-Jun-04           3 2     Heavy rain                   1   Tszo          47,480               2.4   "A total of 90,000 people in 13 villages has been affected by the flood and 780 houses damaged" 2 dead, 3 missing.
90 Romania Northeastern area - Moldavia. Doljesti   13-Jun-04 15-Jun-04           3 1     Heavy rain                   1   CpSe*          26,640               1.8   Weekend storms lead to flooding which damages crops, roads, railway lines and hundreds of houses in the northeast of Romania.
89 Russia Yakutia - Vitim, Vilyui, Peledyua, Olekminsk. Upper and middle Lena, Vitim, Kirenga 12-Jun-04 23-Jun-04          12              500   Rain and snowmelt                   1   CSs**        136,400               9.2 20041740340LBaikal089M2.35
20041700405LBaikal089M2.34
20041640305Lena089M2.35
Lena river rising from torrential rains in Irkutsk region and melting snow. 120 houses flooded in town of Vitim.
MODIS observation of flooding along the Lena River near Olekminsk on June 12. Observations of flooding near the north end of Lake Baikal on June 18, 22, 29 July 3
88 Mexico Cozumel Island   12-Jun-04 15-Jun-04           4 1            350  $           3,600,000 Heavy rain                   1   Tpo              420               0.3   Rain and flooding were the "worst in decades on the island". Floodwaters were 10 feet deep in low-lying areas.
87 USA Southern Wisconsin - counties: Dodge, Clark, Columbia, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Winnebago, Ozaukee, Marquette, Outagamie. towns: Berlin, Fond du Lac, Randolph, Sparta, Montello. Fox, Fond du Lac, Baraboo, Crawford, La Crosse, Milwaukee, Beaverdam, Rock. Mosher Creek 10-Jun-04 21-Jun-04          12 0            500  $           9,000,000 Heavy rain   38               2   TsuCpSs**          28,980               8.5   Several days of heavy rains cause widespread lowland and farmland flooding. 250 homes flooded in Randolph. Record levels on the Fox River at Berlin (16.2 feet).
Fox river "I have never seen it this high. I have been here 38 years..."
86 Georgia Gurdzhaani, Telavi and Kvareli regions. Kanagi in Lentekhi region. Tskhenistskali River 9-Jun-04 12-Jun-04           4      $           3,000,000     20               2   CpSe*          45,910               5.9   Strongest floods in 20 years in Gurdzhaani, Telavi and Kvareli regions, hundreds of houses flooded.
MODIS observation of high levels on Rioni river and tributaries in western Georgia on June 12.
85 India Kerala State - northern districts of Calicut, Kannur and Kasargode   9-Jun-04 11-Jun-04           3 45          1,000   Monsoonal rain                   1   Tpz           9,000               1.0   Early monsoon rains destroy 500 houses and kill 45 people.
84 Venezuela Apure State -  Arauca and Sarare rivers. Apure river. Orinoco tributaries. 8-Jun-04 1-Oct-04        116            2,500   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz          28,680               8.1 20042601450Orinoco084M2.35
20042031755Orinoco084Ma2.41
20041761515Apure084M2.44
559 families left homeless from flooding.
MODIS observation of high levels on Orinoco tributaries in Apure state on June 10. High levels persist on the Apure river on June 24. Orinoco tributaries and Apure are still at high levels on June 26, 30, July 3, 10, 19, 21, 28. August 1, 8. 13, 24, 31, September 7. (with lots of clouds) The continued MODIS observations are probably seasonal flooding as no additional news reports were found after June.
83 USA North and Central Texas - San Antonio, Austin and the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Towns: White Settlement, Aledo, Springtown, Reno. Trinity, Medina, Guadalupe. Farmers Branch Creek 5-Jun-04 10-Jun-04           6 0            200   Heavy rain                   1   Tsu        114,500               6.1   Hundreds of homes damaged. Heavy rains for several days, up to 10 inches west of Fort Worth.
82 China Guizhou Province - Miao-Dong Autonomous Prefecture of Qiandongnan, Luodian and Guiding counties   5-Jun-04 6-Jun-04           2 3     Brief torrential rain                   1   Tszo           9,850               0.7   Heavy rain in 24 hours in southwestern Guizhou Province kills 3, damages 148 houses and 440 hectares of farmland throughout six towns.
81 Macedonia Bogovinje, Jegunovce, Dzepciste, Strumica, Gevgelija, Kocani, and Bogdanci, Tetovo, Povardarije, Pollog. Pena, Vardar, Anska Reka, Trkajna and Turija 4-Jun-04 7-Jun-04           4            2,400  $           3,600,000 Heavy rain                   1       380,000 CpSe*          14,370               1.7   Four days of heavy rains. 600 families evacuated in southern part of country. Bridges destroyed. Agricultural damages.
80 USA California - San Joaquin County, Stockton area Levee break on Middle River  3-Jun-04 11-Oct-04        131 0            300  $         20,000,000 Dam/Levy, break or release                   1   Cp              600               1.2 20041631855Cal080M2.29 Levee break floods agricultural areas in western portions of San Joaquin County. Saltwater from San Francisco Bay flows into San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta. $10 million worth of crops flooded. 250-300 migrant farm workers displaced. July 1 - levee break repaired but flood remains.
MODIS observation of flooding in San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta near Stockton on June 5, 7, 11, 12, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 27, 28. July 4, 5, 6, 11, 13, 20, 21, 25, 29, August 1, 14, 26. September 15. The flooded area appears unchanged throughout the observations.
79 Brazil Alagoas State - Maceio area   1-Jun-04 2-Jun-04           2 22          2,250   Heavy rain                   1   Tpo              150               0.1   Heavy rains cause flooding and mudslides around Maceio.
78 China Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region - Habahe County   31-May-04 1-Jun-04           2 4     Brief torrential rain                   1   CSs*           2,440               0.3   Flash floods in mountainous area caused by torrential rain
77 USA Eastern Kentucky - Lewis County: Crooked Creek area. Other counties: Magoffin, Fayette, Floyd, Henry, Oldham, Martin, Powell. Crooked Creek. Kentucky and Red rivers. 27-May-04 1-Jun-04           6 3     Heavy rain                   1   TsoCpSe*          59,890               4.4   3 people killed when truck swept away in flooding on Crooked Creek. Over 100 homes flooded in Magoffin County. 100 people rescued by boat.
76 China Hubei Province - Enshi City area Dalongtan Reservoir on Qingjiang River 27-May-04 28-May-04           2 18     Dam/Levy, break or release                   1   TsoCp              114               0.1   Heavy rains on upper reaches of Qingjiang River filled Dalongtan Reservoir, which was under construction, and broke the cofferdam. 18 people swept away.
75 Dominican Republic, Haiti and Puerto Rico Dominican Republic - Jimani, Malpaso. Duarte and Cotui provinces, Arenoso.
Hati - Jacmel, Fond Verrette, Mopou, Grand Gosier, Bodarie.
Northern Puerto Rico - San Juan area. Carolina, Loiza
Dominican Republic - Soleil, Yuna
Hati -
23-May-04 1-Jun-04          10 3300        13,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpo           8,900               2.2   At least 502 killed and hundreds missing in Haiti and the Dominican Republic after 10 days of heavy rain causing floods and landslides. About 450 homes flooded throughout the Dominican Republic. "floods were some of the deadliest in a decade"
Widespread flooding in northern Puerto Rico.
74 USA Michigan - counties: Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair. towns: Hastings, Hamburg, Comstock Park.
Iowa - counties: Chickasaw, Floyd, Butler, Linn, Buchanan, Delaware. Towns: Cedar Rapids, Wapello, Anamosa, De Witt, Dumont, Janesville, Waterloo, Shell Rock, Independence, Bradgate.
Illinois - Gurnee, Des Plaines, Russell.
Michigan - Thornapple, Huron, Grand, Clinton.
Iowa - Cedar, Iowa, Wapsipinicon, Shell Rock, Raccoon. Plum, Malone and Buffallo Creeks.
Illinois - Des Plaines, Fox
Southern Wisconsin - Fox
22-May-04 26-May-04           5 1            150  $         32,000,000 Heavy rain   6               1   TsuCpSe*        117,300               5.5 20041471715Iowa074M2.41 Storms over the weekend producing tornadoes and over 9 inches of rain in some areas. Record levels on Des Plaines river at Russell, Gurnee and Des Plaines in Illinois. Extensive farmland flooding and crop damage in Iowa. Michigan damages $32 million
MODIS observation of high levels on rivers in Iowa around Des Moines on May 26.
73 Thailand Northwest Thailand - Tat province, Mae Ramt town.   20-May-04 23-May-04           4 8     Brief torrential rain                   1   Tszo              530               0.3   Flash flooding from a violent storm inundates over 1000 houses. Landslides.
MODIS observation of flooding in northern Thailand on Yom and Nan rivers on May 23.
72 China Jiangxi Province - 51 counties in the north of the province. Le'an River Valley. Le'an River 13-May-04 17-May-04           5 7    $         53,500,000 Heavy rain                   1   Tszo          10,940               1.7      Torrential rains in northern Jiangxi province May 11 through 15. Landslides, flooding, houses collapsed.
71 USA Central Texas - Roberston County. Hearne area, Bryan. Brazos River 13-May-04 15-May-04           3              250   Heavy rain  Dam/Levy, break or release                  1   Tsu           7,790               1.0   12 inches rain and dam break at Calloway Lake in Robertson county. 60-100 homes inundated near Hearne. Worst flooding in 40 years in Hearne. Bridges damaged.
70 Costa Rica Northern Costa Rica - Limón province - three cantons. Golfito Toro 10-May-04 11-May-04           2 1          1,800   Heavy rain                   1   Tpo           7,980               0.6   Costa Rica has already had 40% of this months average rainfall.
69 Indonesia Sulawesi - North Sulawesi: Minhasa regency, Tondano Lake area, Remboken. Central Sulawesi: Donggala regency, Sigi Biromaru.
Borneo - East and Central Kalimantan - Samarinda.
Central Sulawesi: Rakuta River 7-May-04 11-May-04           5          10,000   Heavy rain   5               1   Tpz          14,230               1.9   Over 2,500 families evacuated from flooded villages. Hundreds hectares farmland flooded. Worst flooding in 5 years in Pakuli, Central Sulawesi.
68 Iran   Western Iranian province of Kermanshah - Sarpol-e Zahab region (villages Bani Havan Eliasi, Dash Zahab and Posht Tang). Ilam province Daleh Shir river 1-May-04 1-May-04           1 8     Brief torrential rain                   1   Cs           1,120               0.0   Flash flooding following a hailstorm on daleh Shir river. Farmlands destroyed.
67 USA Texas - counties: Polk, San Jacinto, Harris. Fort Worth area. Livingston. Corsicana Sycamore Creek 30-Apr-04 1-May-04           2 6     Brief torrential rain                   1   Tsu          18,400               0.9   Flash flooding from weekend thunderstorms. Six deaths from vehicles swept away in floods. Between 75 and 100 homes flooded in Livingston. 
66 Ethiopia Afar State - Mille District, Semera town   25-Apr-04 25-Apr-04           1 7     Brief torrential rain                   1   Tpz           4,310               0.1   Flash flooding kills 7 people. "over 3,000 goats and sheep, 105 heads of cattle, 50 camels and 15 donkeys which were out for grazing have been swept away by the flood"
65 USA Arkansas - counties: Madison, Washington, Franklin, Jackson, Independence, Sequoyah, Izard, Baxter, Benton. Huntsville area, Goshen, Elkins and Greenland.
Oklahoma -  Watts
Arkansas - White, Black, Arkansas, Buffalo, Cache rivers; Cob Creek.
Oklahoma - Lee Creek, Neosho, Illinois
24-Apr-04 2-May-04           9 4    $           3,000,000 Heavy rain   20               1   TsuCpSe*        177,000               9.2 20041181920Arkan065Ma2.40
20041171705Arkan065M2c
85 homes submerged in Arkansas across seven counties; 300 miles of roads damaged in Washington county. Worst flooding along White river in some areas since the 1980s. Extensive crop damage. 12 to 15 inches of rain in Washington County.
MODIS observation of flooding along the Neosho and lower White and Black rivers on April 25, 26, 27. Lower White and Black rivers much less flooded by May 4.
64 Tanzania Morogoro Region - Magombera in Kilombero District. Sanje and Mtembeta rivers 18-Apr-04 19-Apr-04           2            2,600   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           1,530               0.3   "over 700 acres of cereals have been swept away by floods" 2,600 homeless at Magombera
63 Vietnam Northern Vietnam - Son La Province - districts of Mai Son, Bac Yen and Song Na   16-Apr-04 17-Apr-04           2 9     Heavy rain                   1   Tszo           3,300               0.4   Three day storm causes flash flooding in mountainous area. "More than 1,000 homes and hundreds of hectares of rice fields and other crops were destroyed"
62 Bangladesh and India Northeastern Bangladesh - districts: Sylhet, Sunamganj, Habiganj, Netrokona, Kishoreganj, Moulvibazar. Zakiganj, Mymensing.
Northeastern India: Manipur state - Imphal area. Thoubal, Bishenpur
Bangladesh - Surma, Kushiyara, Goain, Piain, Sari, Dholai, Khowai, Bheramohona, Bahsira, Donu and Khangsa
India - Nambul, Imphal, Thoubal
14-Apr-04 3-May-04          20 12        50,000   Heavy rain                   1        45,000 Tszo          29,070               5.1 20041170705Bang062Ma2.35
20041120645Imphal062Ma2.32
20041110435Bang062M2.26.
Pre-Monsoon Flooding. Flash flooding maroons 150,000 people, damaging rice crops and roads. 50 villages in Sylhet and Sunamganj districts submerged. Six dykes on the Surma river break, inundating 5,000 families. 25,000 homeless in Zakiganj sub-district.
Flooding and landslides in Tripura, India.
MODIS observation of flooding in Imphal area on April 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, May 3.
MODIS observation of flooding in eastern Bangladesh on April 20, 22, 26, May 3. Much less flooding in eastern Bangladesh on May 6.
61 Saudi Arabia Jizan province - Jizan city, Tihama area, Al-Sabkha village. Jafera, Futaiha, Sabya    14-Apr-04 16-Apr-04           3 5            400   Heavy rain                   1   Tpu           2,680               0.6   Roads, houses and bridges destroyed.
60 Russia Southern Siberia
Khakassia - Abaz.
Kemerovo - Kuznetsk, Tashtagol, Kaltan, Ossiniki and Novokuznetsk. Kuzbass.
Altai Republic - districts: Choy, Turachak. Gorno-Altaisk city and surroundings.
Altai Territory - districts: Krasnogorsk, Shelabolikhin, Talmen. cities:  Biisk, Barnaul, Talmenskiy.
Tomsk region - Togur, Ust-Chaya and Yurta.
Khakassia - Abakan
Kemerovo - Kondoma, Malyshev Log, Tom
Altai Republic - Maima, Udalushka, Isha
Altai Territory - Biya, Chumysh. All rivers of the Krasnogorsk district. Ob.
14-Apr-04 16-May-04          33 18          4,800  $         25,000,000 Rain and snowmelt  Ice jam/break-up                  1   CSs*        264,500             18.0 20041220545ObIrtys060M2.18
20041150540Ob060M2.18
20041140640Ob060Ma2.23
20041130550Tomsk060M2.18
20041120655Ob060Ma2.22
Spring flooding from snowmelt and ice jams.
3,000 houses flooded in Altai Territory; 454 houses inundated in Biisk.
9 dead and 450 houses inundated in in Abaz, Khakassia from Abakan river flooding.
8 dead in Kemerovo from Knodoma river flooding.
Russian military bombs ice jams to break them up.
April 21 - floods subsiding but 2,800 houses remain underwater along Ob and Tom rivers.
May 12 - Spring flooding still affecting the Tomsk region - 200 evacuated.
MODIS observations:  Flooding near Barnaul on April 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, May 1, 3. Flooding around Tomsk on April 22, 26, May 1. By May 10 flooding has subsided  along the Ob near Barnaul.
59 Djibouti Djibouti city Ambouli River 12-Apr-04 16-Apr-04           5 53          2,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz              370               0.3   Several hours heavy rain causes Ambouli River to burst banks. Railway lines washed out.
"Monday night's downpour was the heaviest in 10 years in this tiny country in the Horn of Africa."
"...this is the worst flood in recent memory and has devastated the capital as well as outlying areas"
58 Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Romania Northwest and central Bosnia - Travnik (Nova Bila, Turbe). Vitez, Bugojno, Jajce, Gornji Vakuf, and Donji Vakuf. municipalitites: Srbac, Jezero, Sipovo, Sanski Most, Bihac, Kljuc, Travnik. Hrvatska Kostajnica.
Croatia - Lipik, Pakrac.
Western Romania - Mures and Crisu valleys.
Bosnia-Herzegovina - Vrbas, Lasva, Sava, Sana, Bosna, Una, Drava, Pliva, Jezero, Mrkonjic Grad, Doboj, Prnjavor, Modrica, Travnik, Bugojno, Gornji and Donji Vakuf, Zenica, Maglaj, Lukavac, Zivinice, Gracanica, Sanski Most, Bihac, Kljuc, Mostar, Zdena.
Romania - Mures and Crisu and their tributaries
12-Apr-04 2-May-04          21            1,200  $         15,200,000 Heavy rain   15               1       120,000 CpSe*        105,000               9.9 20041230950Sava058M2.40
20041191015Sava058M2.39
20041121145Sava058Ma2.43
20041070950Sava058M2.37
20041071130Rom058Ma2.44
20041060905Rom058M2.38
20041000940Crisu058M2.39
Bosnia - 5,000 homes flooded, hundreds of families evacuated. Several villages cut off. 10,000 hectares of land and 10 villages inundated in Srbac municipality. Highest levels on Sana river in 15 years. $15.2 million agricultural damage.
MODIS observations: Flooding on the Sava river on April 16, 21, 23, 28, May 2. Sava river floods largely receded by May 11.
Flooding along the Mures and Crisu rivers on April 9, 15, 16, 20. Flooding no longer visible in Romania after April 21.
57 Peru Cuzco region - Aguas Calientes, Machu Picchu area.   10-Apr-04 11-Apr-04           2 1              50   Heavy rain                   1   Tsu              270               0.1   Heavy rain cause flash floods and mudslides in the valley below Machu Picchu. Transportation cut off by mudslides, tourists being evacuated by helicopters.
56 Kenya Kenya:
Nyanza Province - districts: Nyando, Rachuonyo, Kisumu, Migori, Homa Bay. South West Kano. Nyakach, Miwani, Ombeyi. Nyatike, Kisii, Muhoroni, Ahero, Rangwe, Aywey.
Rift Valley Province - districts: Nakuru, Baringo, Turkana, Nyamira, Machakos, Marakwet. Towns: Rangwe, Karachuonyo, Kobuya, Nasigir, Naivasha, Eldoret, Laikipia
Budalangi - Busia district
Nairobi area.
Central - Thika, Murang'a, Nyeri, Kirinyaga
Mount Kenya region -  Meru, Othaya, Kirinyaga.
Western Kenya - 
Ukambani -
Coast Province - districts: Tana River, Taita Taveta. Homa Bay.
Uganda - Mbale area.
Kenya:
Nyanza - Nyando, Mahenya, Sondu-Miriu, Sio, Awach, Ombeyi, Migori and Kuja, Tonde .
Rift Valley - Chemoron, Endao, Miriu, Athi
Budalangi - Nzoia
Central - Thirikwa, Ndarugu, Thiriku
Mt Kenya - Ruamuthambi
Nairobi area - Kirichwa, Ruaraka
other rivers: Athi, 
9-Apr-04 11-May-04          33 50        15,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz        268,300             18.1 20041090810Nyando056M2.58
20041071115Nyando056Ma2.55
Heavy rains cause widespread flooding throughout Kenya.
6,000 displaced, 1,000 homes submerged in Nyando.
600 hectares crops destroyed in South West Kano, Nyando.
Scores of families homeless in Nakuru.
110 families displaced in Kobuya from Miriu river flooding.
4,000 displaced in Rangwe.
5,000 displaced in Migori.
Worst floods in Nyando region since 1985.
MODIS observation of flooding on lower Nyando river on April 13, 16, 18, 23, 27, May 2.
55 Yemen Southern provinces of Kafar and Ebb   8-Apr-04 9-Apr-04           2 4     Heavy rain                   1   Tpu           9,900               0.7   Heavy rains for several days, houses washed away, large areas agricultural land destroyed.
54 Fiji Viti Levu island - Tailevu and Naitasiri provinces. Town of Rakiraki. Nalidi Wainibuka. Navua, Suva
Ovalau island - Levuka
Wainibuka, Navua 8-Apr-04 18-Apr-04          11 10          2,760  $           2,600,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tpo           9,450               2.3   Severe tropical storm kills 7 dead, leaves 9 missing and hundreds homeless. 18 houses washed away in Nalidi Wainibuka. Much of Viti Levu island damaged. Mudslides.
April 15 - Heavy rains continue after storm causing more flooding, with 11 people missing.
53 Mexico Northern Mexico - Coahuila state - city of Piedras Negras.  Escondido River, Soldado Creek 4-Apr-04 6-Apr-04           3 37          3,500   Heavy rain                   1   Tsu          18,400               1.5   Heavy rains cause deadly flash floods on April 4 on south side of Piedras Negras. Levels rise by 25 feet in the Escondido River in less than 15 minutes. 150 homes destroyed, 600 damaged. More rain causes flooding April 6 on the north side of the city.
"flooding some of the worst in the history of the U.S.-Mexico border region"
52 Russia and Belarus Russia - Central and Volga-Ural regions -  Bryansk, Bezhitsky, Tver, Chelyabinsk, Moscow, Novgorod, Mordovia
Belarus - Pripyat valley
Russia - Dnepr Tributaries. Desna, Bolva, Bersuat, Obsha, Oka, Polist, Moksha, Ural
Belarus - Pripyat. 
30-Mar-04 5-May-04          37            1,220   Rain and snowmelt                   1   CSs**        840,000             33.1 20041290915Volga052Ma2.35
20041110745Ural052M2.24
20040990720Urals052M2.22
20040950920Pripyat052M2.28
20040940840Moscow052M2.26
20040941025Desna052Ma2.34
20040930935UPripy052M2.27
20040900905Desna052M2.29
332 houses inundated in Bezhitsky and Bryansk regions.
"Desna and Bolva Rivers are 97-138 centimetres higher than the critical mark"
MODIS observation of high levels on the Desna, Pripyat and other Dnepr tributaries on March 30, April 1, 3, 4, 13, 15, 17, 24, 27, 28, May 1.
Flooding observed along Ural river near Orenburg - April 9, 20, 24, 27. Much Less flooding observed on Dnepr tributaries on May 5.
51 USA and Canada USA - Northeastern North Dakota - Pembina and Walsh counties. Towns: Crystal, Grafton, Emerado, Minto
Minnesota - Oslo
northeastern Wisconsin - Langlade County. Antigo
Canada - Manitoba - Winnipeg area - St. Clements, Breezy Point, Selkirk. Peguis First Nation in the Interlake region.
North Dakota - Red River basin. Rivers: Park, Forest, Pembina, Tongue
Wisconsin - Spring Brook
Manitoba - Red River, Fisher 
28-Mar-04 11-Apr-04          15            1,000  $           4,500,000 Rain and snowmelt  Ice jam/break-up  40               2   TsuCpSe**          30,760               9.5 20040951920Red051Ma2.30
20040901720Red051M2.19
Worst flooding in 40 years in Antigo, Wisconsin.
Extensive overland flooding in rural areas of the Red River valley due to frozen ground.
Ice jam flooding along the Red River in Manitoba, Canada. 1000 people evacuated from Peguis First Nation in the Interlake region from Fisher River flooding.
MODIS observation of overland flooding in Red River valley on March 30, April 4, 6.
50 Australia - Cyclone Fay Western Australia - Pilbara region - Nullagine, Yarrie, Warrawagine De Grey catchment area. Oakover river 27-Mar-04 3-Apr-04           8              250   Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tsu          53,350               4.8 20040920235DeGrey050M2.33 Town of Nullagine evacuated in wake of tropical cyclone Fay. Damage to mine facilities at Yarrie.
MODIS observation of flooding along the DeGrey river on March 29, April 1, 2, 3.
49 Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia Central Bosnia - Bugojno, Gonji Vakuf, Jajce. Ravno. Popovo polje Sava River. Vrbas River valley. Trebisnjica 23-Mar-04 3-Apr-04          12       Heavy rain Dam/Levy, break or release                 1             200 CpSe*          47,170               5.4 20040891000Bosnia049M2.25 1,000 houses flooded in Bugojno. 200 hectares agricultural land destroyed in Popovo polje.
"This has been caused partly by the rainfall and partly by the release of huge quantities of water from the Bilecko and Gorica reservoirs"
MODIS observation of flooding along the Sava river on March 29, April 3.
48 Papua New Guinea Madang province - Walium district, Ramu valley. Saussi mission. Chuave area. Walium-Saussia region Kiakoro, Homia and Boko 20-Mar-04 31-Mar-04          12 2          4,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tszo           3,320               1.4   Ten days of rain cause floods that "swept away bridges, roads and hundreds of homes"
47 Australia - Cyclone Grace Northern Queensland - Cairns area. Gordonvale. Atherton Tablelands, Port Douglas and Mossman. Cooktown, Port Douglas. Green Island Mulgrave, Daintree, Tully 19-Mar-04 27-Mar-04           9      $         20,000,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1   Tszo        120,100               7.6 20040830100NQld047M2.46
20040830345NQld047Ma2.39
Flooding and landslides. "The cyclone initially hit the far north Queensland coast on Friday as a tropical low causing widespread flooding and damage to roads and property in and around Cairns"
MODIS observation of high levels on Normenby river in northern Queensland on March 22, 23, 25, 27.
46 Indonesia West Java - Bandung city and surrounding villages, Babakan Ciputat, Dayeuhkolot  Citarum River 16-Mar-04 17-Mar-04           2 1          8,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           1,430               0.3   Citarum river inundates 2,000 houses in Babakan Ciputat.
45 Madagascar - Cyclone Gafilo  Northeastern Madagascar - Antsiranana province - Antalaha, Maroantsetra, Ambilobe, Andapa, Ambajana, Vatomandry, Sambava, Vohémar, Andava and Bealanana. Mampikoni. Namakia and Soalala
Southwestern Madagascar - 
Southwestern Madagascar - Mangoki River Delta 7-Mar-04 19-Mar-04          13 198      216,000  $       250,000,000 Tropical cyclone Heavy rain                 1       117,000 Tpo          44,230               5.4 20040710715Mada045M2c Cyclone Gafila crosses northeastern Madagascar on March 7 and 8, then entered the Mozambique channel and returned to the southwest of Madagascar on March 9. Strongest cyclone to hit Madagascar in 20 years. Town of Antalaha "was almost entirely destroyed by winds of up to 225 km an hour after Gafilo first made landfall on Sunday". Several hundred hectarces fields flooded in Amilobe. Extensive flooding also in Maroantsetra.
MODIS observations of flooding on northwest and western rivers on March 14, 18, 19.
44 USA Oklahoma - Counties: Tulsa, Ottawa. - Kingfisher, Bartlesville, Hinton, Skiatook, Miami.
Kansas - counties: Miami, Harvey, Kingman, Marion, Johnson. Coffeyville, greater Kansas City area.
Western Missouri
Oklahoma - Cimarron, Caney, Neosho.  Kingfisher Creek
Kansas - Blue, Neosho, Verdigris
Missouri - Osage 
4-Mar-04 8-Mar-04           5                30   Heavy rain                   1   TsuCpSe*        108,600               5.3 20040671715Okla044M2.30 Flash flooding. Train derailment due to flooding in Kingfisher. "The area received 5.56 inches of rain, creating depths of 8 to 12 feet in some neighborhoods"
43 Malayasia and Singapore Malaysia - Johor. Districts:  Kluang, Johor Baharu, Kota Tinggi, Segamat, Pontian, Batu Pahat
Singapore - Rochor area, Katong area, Bukit Timah.
Malaysia - Sungai Johor 8-Mar-04 13-Mar-04           6          12,400   Monsoonal rain                   1   Tpz          14,020               2.1   Malyasia - Monsoon rains cause floods in eight districts in Johor. Worst affected district is Kluang with over 7,000 evacuated.
Singapore - worst floods in 20 years in Katong area.
42 Russia Southern Russia - Krasnodar Territory - Belorechenskiy District Belaya, Kuban river tributaries. 6-Mar-04 11-Mar-04           6            1,000   Snowmelt                   1  see notes  CpSe*          10,520               1.8 20040691025Krasno042Ma2.31 Extensive snowmelt in upper reaches of Belaya river. "12 towns and villages and thousands of hectares of land had been flooded"
MODIS observation of small flood on lower Belaya river on March 9
41 Canada Quebec - Chateauguay city Chateauguay River 6-Mar-04 8-Mar-04           3                38   Ice jam/break-up   30               2   TsuCpSs**                90               0.2   32 homes flooded in worst flooding in 30 years on Chateauguay River 
40 Brazil Northeasten state of Ceara. Fortaleza area   6-Mar-04 8-Mar-04           3 4        60,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           2,880               0.6   "Several rivers in the normally arid region are out of their banks"
39 Turkey, Armenia and Georgia Southeast Turkey - Provinces: Agri, Erzurum (Ilica, Cat) Kars, Mus, Ardahan, Konya. Towns: Silifke, Mersin, Bozkir, Batman, Bitlis, Kony, Ardahan
Armenia - Shengavit. Regions: Aragatsotn, Ararat, Gegharkunik, Armavir, Tavush
Georgia -  Aspindza district, Mesti highland district
Turkey - Goksu, Pular, Carsamba, Cokelez, Forkun. Kura.
Armenia - Hrazdan
Georgia -  
5-Mar-04 9-Mar-04           5 8          3,000   Rain and snowmelt  Avalanche related                  1   Cs
CpSe*
       304,700               8.9 20040700755IranCauc039m2.25
20040691025Turk039Ma2.25
20040690850Turk039M2.25
Snow followed by rising temperatures and rain combine to cause widespread flooding in eastern and southeast Turkey. Avalanches also. 10,000 homes flooded in Silifke by Goksu River. Government evacuates thousands of people below the Ataturk Dam on the Euphrates river "due to fears that it may be necessary to allow the overflow of millions of litres of water"
"141 populated areas were damaged by the spring flood in Armenia" "spring floods have caused 45 mln AMD damages to Armenia's gas supply system"
Flooding and landslides in Georgia.
Deaths: Turkey: 7 ; Armenia: 1.
MODIS observation of a sediment plume of the coast of Silifke, Turkey on March 9
38 Papua New Guinea Western Highlands - Waghi valley. Anglimp, Aviamp, Kudjip, Kundiawa, Goroka. Waghi, Komon, Minj, Tuman and Kane 5-Mar-04 9-Mar-04           5          10,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           2,000               0.7   Continuous heavy rains for two weeks cause several rivers to flood on March 5.
"..rising floodwaters badly damaged a bridge near Kudjip, washing away parts of the Highlands Highway"
37 Mozambique Sofala Province - Dondo and Nhamatanda districts Pungue River 5-Mar-04 19-Mar-04          15              100   Heavy rain                   1             600 Tsz           3,370               1.6 20040720755Pung037M2.b2 Pungue river inundates 600 hectares of crops in Dondo and Nhamatanda districts, villages flooded
"thousands of families left stranded by flood waters"
MODIS observation of flooding along the lower Pungue river north of Beira on March 5, 6, 12, 19.
36 Australia Northern New South Wales - Murwillumbah, Bowraville.
Southeastern Queensland - Gold Coast. Currumbin Valley. Gympie, Caboolture areas
NSW - Tweed, Bellingen, Wilsons and Richmond rivers
Qld - Maroochy 
5-Mar-04 6-Mar-04           2 2     Heavy rain                   1   Tso          20,580               1.0   Storm "rare low pressure system from the Coral Sea" dumps 200mm rain in 24 hours brings flash flooding to northern New South Wales and southeastern Queensland.
35 USA Central and eastern Kentucky. Counties: Greenup, Carter, Boyd, Washington, Nelson creeks: Grassy, Beech Fork, Tygarts, Williams 5-Mar-04 7-Mar-04           3 3     Heavy rain                   1   TsuCpSe*          70,500               2.9   3 inches of rain on March 5 and 6 cause flash flooding. Flash flooding sweeps vehicles into creeks.
34 Russia Central Russia - Saratov Region - Atkarsk, Nizhnyaya Krasavka Atkar and Medveditsa rivers 2-Mar-04 5-Mar-04           4       Snowmelt                   1   CSs**           1,400               0.5   Several rivers broke their banks. 7,000 buildings flooded in town of Atarsk.
33 Australia - Cyclone Monty Western Australia - Pilbara Region - Pannawonica, Yarraloola Fortescue, Robe, Ashburton 1-Mar-04 9-Mar-04           9       Tropical cyclone Heavy rain 29               2   Tsu        111,000             14.6 20040640210Pilbara033M2.29
20040630550Pilbara033Ma2.32
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Cyclone Monty dumps more than 200mm rain across Pilbara region in 24 hours causing widespread flooding. Rivers at record levels. Town of Pannawonica inundated.
"Fortescue River near Pannawonica was at its highest level since 1975"
MODIS observation of flooding on the Fortescue, Roby and Ashburton rivers on March 3, 4. Flooding on the lower Ashburton: March 6, 7, 8, 9.
32 Bolivia and Brazil Bolivia - Beni
Brazil - southern Rondonia
Mamore, Itonamas, Baures, Guapore and tributaries. 23-Feb-04 1-Apr-04          39       Heavy rain                   1   Tpz        209,400             16.8   Seasonal flooding. MODIS observations begin on February 23 and the swamps get progressively wetter on February 25, 26, 28 particularly along the Guapore River. Additional observations March 6, 11, 12, 13, 15, 24, 28. April 7 - Guapore river area much lower.
31 Australia Western Australia - Kimberly region Fitzroy and May rivers. Sturt Creek 20-Feb-04 7-Mar-04          17       Heavy rain                   1   Tszo          42,110               5.8 20040590150May031M2.29
20040590155Fitzroy031M2.30
20040580530May031Ma2.32
Seasonal flooding. Flooding along Fitzroy River much less than DFO Event 2002-033; but levels on the May River much higher.
MODIS observations - February 20 beginning of high levels on Fitzroy river. Flooding on Fitzroy and May rivers: February 27, 28, 29. By March 2 flooding on the May river has receded, but flooding continues on the Fitzroy, March 6, 7.
30 Australia Northern Territories - Katherine region, Western Gulf of Carpenteria, Barkly Tablelands,  Roper area. Daly River, Roper River, Barkly Tablelands, Sturt Creek. 18-Feb-04 10-Mar-04          22       Heavy rain                   1   Tszo        338,700             18.0   Heavy rains in Katherine region. "Rainfall has topped 1700mm in three months -- more than doubling the average in many places"
MODIS observations -  Roper River flooding: February 18, March 3, 4, 5, 6. Daly River flooding: March 1, 4, 6, 10. Flooding in Barkly Tablelands: February 18, 27, 28, March 5, 6. Sturt Creek high: February 21, 29, March 1 (Flooding on Sturt creek much less than DFO event 2001-014).
29 Brazil Mato Grosso and Goias states. Araguaia River floodplain 11-Feb-04 5-May-04          85       Heavy rain                   1   Tpz        139,100             16.6   No news reports. Seasonal flooding.
MODIS observations - Araguaia floodplain begins to get wet in early February. Floodplain aproximately as wet as it was in 2002 by February 18. Floodplain begins to look less wet in mid April. Additional observations on February 20, 27, March 4, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 23, 30, April 5, 10, 15, 17, 22, 23, 24, 26, 28, May 1, 3, 5.
28 Indonesia North Sumatra -  Tebing Tinggi municipality. Padang River, Kelembah 22-Feb-04 25-Feb-04           4 1          3,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           1,080               0.5   Padang river overflows and inundated thousands of homes and public facilities.
27 Indonesia Jakarta city and surrounding area. East, West and South Jakarta. Ciliwung River 18-Feb-04 23-Feb-04           6 5        13,000  $         60,000,000 Heavy rain                   1   Tpz              280               0.3   "Flooding is a near-annual rainy season ordeal for residents in parts of the city of eight million."
26 Indonesia West Java - Indramayu and Cirebon Regencies. Kandanghaur, Karanganyar, Sukra and 11 other districts in Indramayu. Pabedilan district in Cirebon. Bojong River 17-Feb-04 25-Feb-04           9            4,000  $             200,000 Heavy rain                   1        23,000 Tpz           3,690               1.3   22% of rice paddy fields in Indramayu inundated. 1,400 homes inundated. 12 of 13 villages in Kandanghaur district inundated. Dike break on Bojong River. Floods have "largely subsided" by February 25.
25 Australia West Australia - Pilbara region - Nullagine Nullagine River, De Grey River catchment 13-Feb-04 17-Feb-04           5       Heavy rain                   1   Tsu          32,950               2.9   Two tropical low pressure systems bring heavy rain, Nullagine river overflows and cuts of town of Nullagine for 5 days. Homes damaged.
24 New Zealand North Island - Wellington region, Waitotara Valley in South Taranaki, farm regions of Wairarapa, Manawatu, Hawke's Bay, Tararua. Rangitikei district. Towns: Feilding, Palmerston North, Moutoa, Waitotara, Wairarapa, Martinborough, Marton, Lower Hutt, Tangimoana, Picton, Paekakariki, Scotts Ferry, Whangaehu, Horowhenua. Rivers: Rangitikei, Oroua, Manawatu, Mangaweka, Waitotara, Ruamahanga. streams: Makino, Kiwitea, Waiwhetu, Whangaehu 13-Feb-04 25-Feb-04          13 2          2,500  $       210,000,000 Heavy rain   100               3  see notes  Cp          14,840               9.4 20040552210NewZea024M2.50
20040490215NewZea024Ma2.55
Southerly storm "worst storm in decades". Landslides cause road closures. Biggest flood in 60 years on Mangaweka river. Tens of thousands of acres of farmland inundated; extensive agricultural damages.
"This was a one in 100 year event so there was not much you could compare it to," "...worst natural disaster since the Napier earthquake in 1931."
MODIS observation of flooding near Palmerston North on February 18. Additional observations on February 24, 25.
23 Philippines Mindanao Island - Agusan del Sur, Davao del Norte, Compostela Valley, Davao Oriental, Agusan del Norte. cities: Tagum, Gingoog, Butuan and Bislig and 36 towns. Agusan River 11-Feb-04 25-Feb-04          15 7        20,000   Heavy rain                   1        38,036 Tpz          20,370               3.9 20040480500Agusan023Ma2.46
20040480205Mindanao023M2.44
Three days of continuous rain from tropical depression Ambo cause widespread flooding and landslides. 59 houses damaged or destroyed. 19,529 families from 112 barangays in 14 towns displaced along Agusan river.
MODIS observations of flooding on the Agusan river on February 17, 19. Levels still high on Agusan river on Febrary 24, but reduced.
22 Turkey Southwestern Turkey - Audin province  Buyukmenderes 24-Jan-04 14-Feb-04          22       Heavy rain                   1   Cs          23,470               4.7   MODIS observations of high levels on the Buyukmenderes river begin on January 24, additional observations on January 27, 30, 31 and February 1, 2, 5,  6, 7, 8, 11, 14, 21. Levels begin receding after February 11, Buyukmenderes at low levels by February 29.
Levels on the Buyukmenderes not as high as last years event 2003-061.
21 Iraq Southeastern Iraq marshlands Tigris and Euphrates marshes. 16-Jan-04 25-Feb-04          41       Heavy rain                   1   TsuCs        150,200             14.4   MODIS observations of seasonal flooding of Iraq marshlands begin on January 16 with additional observations on January 22, 29, 31 and February 1, 3, 8, 9, 10, 16, 24, 25, 27. By March 2 the iraq swamps appear less wet.
20 Madagascar Northwestern Madagascar - Mahajanga province - Mahajanga town Maevarano, Sofia, Mahajamba, Betsiboka, Ikopa, Mahavavy, Tsiribihina 8-Jan-04 20-Feb-04          44 6        18,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpo        176,500             15.9 20040410700WMadag020M2.34 Wet season in northwestern Madagascar begins in early January. Also tropical cyclone Elita strikes Mahajanga area on January 28 and returns on February 2 - killing 6 and leaving a total of 18,000 homeless.
MODIS observations of high levels on rivers in northwestern Madagascar begin on January 8, additional observations on January 14, 18, 23, and Februrary 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 16, 17, 18. Levels begin to decline after February 15.
19 Namibia, Zambia, Angola and Botswana Namibia - Kavango and Caprivi regions. Rundu area. Constituencies: Linyanti, Sangwali, Kabbe, Katima, Linyandi and Kongola. Muzii, Nankuntwe, Nakabolelwa, Ihaha and Schuckmannsburg. Katima Mulilo area. Ngoma.
Zambia - Western Province: Sesheke, Senanga, Mongu, Kalabo, Lukulu. North-Western Province: Zambezi, Chavuma.
Upper Zambezi River wetlands in Moxico and Cuando Cubango in Angola and North Western and Western Zambia.
Northern Botswana - Okavango delta. Ngamiland province. Shakawe to Gumare.
Okovango (Kavango), Zambezi and tributaries, Cuando.
west bank of Zambezi river in Zambia
1-Feb-04 2-Jun-04        123 10        40,000   Heavy rain   46               2   Tsz        596,100             74.3 20041300835KafueCap019M2b2
20041050840Capriv019M2b2
20041030850Zamb019M2b2
20041011150CapKaf019Ma2b2
20041000820Capriv019M2c
20040901205Capri019Ma2b2
20040820835Caprivi019M2c
20040460900Okava019M2c
20040370905ZamOka019M2c
Heavy rains since January in southeast Angola and Namibia.
February 26 - Okavango river at highest levels since 1984. Thousands of square kilometers submerged in Botswana.
April 1 - Zambezi river burst banks along eastern border of Caprivi strip, Namibia.
"Authorities said the floods were the worst since 1958" in northeastern Caprivi
April 4 - Zambezi river at 7.05 meters at Katima Mulilo.
MODIS observations of seasonal high levels on the upper Zambezi river and tributaries begin in late January in Northwestern Zambia and Moxico, Angola. High water reaches Mongu, Zambia area by February 3. Additional observations of flooding along the Zambezi on February 4, 8, 9, 10, 13, 18, 24, 25, March 2, 5, 6, 11, 12, 14, 18, 20, 21, 23, 27, 30, April 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 21, 22, 26, 29, 30, May 5, 7. Flooding along upper Zambezi and Mongu area largely receded by May 23.
MODIS observations of high levels on the Okavango river on January 26, February 1, 2, 6, 8, 10, 15, 16, 24, 25, March 2, 11, 12, 20, 27, April 6, 12, 17, 21, 26, 28, 29, 30, May 6, 7.
Caprivi Strip area begins to be wet on March 5, 9, 11, 12, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 30, 31, April 6, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 26, 28, 29, 30,
May 1, 3, 7, 9. Flooding less in Caprivi strip area on May 23.
18 Indonesia East Java - Mojokerto, Pasuruan, Probolinggo, Malang, Batu and Jember regencies.
Central Java - Kendal and Grobogan regencies
Bali Island
  3-Feb-04 5-Feb-04           3 4          2,400   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz          26,680               1.8   Severe storms in East Java and West Nusa Tenggara caused by Australian storm 'Gusty'. East Java - Hundreds of homes flooded, 16 bridges damaged. Central Java - hundreds of houses underwater. Bali Island - 504 houses destroyed.
17 UK North Wales - Conwy - Llanrwst, Corwen, Trefriw. Rossett
Swansea Valley, Pontardawe.
Wales - Conwy, Dee, Cwmdu, Towy 3-Feb-04 7-Feb-04           5       Rain and snowmelt   23               1   C*              385               0.3   North Wales - almost an entire months rain in 18 hours. Worst flooding in Llanrwst in 20 years as River Conwy burst its banks. Severe damage to railway.
16 Tanzania Southern Tanzania - Lindi region - Rwangwa district   2-Feb-04 4-Feb-04           3 4     Heavy rain                   1  see notes  Tpo              530               0.3   90.50mm rain cause valley flooding. 5,314 acres crops inundated. Damage to bridges.
15 Kazakhstan Southern Kazakhstan - Kyzyl-Orda region, Kazalinski district. Aray, Yagodka, Shugla.  Syr Darya  30-Jan-04 2-Mar-04          33            2,000   Dam/Levy, break or release  Ice jam/break-up                  1  see notes  CSs*          64,570               8.9 20040410645SyrDarya015M2.18 "The flooding was caused by overfilling of the Shardara reservoir on the Kazakh-Uzbek border … and also triggered by a thick layer of ice that hindered the Syr Darya's flow"
February 13 - 340 houses flooded, 600 square kilometers flooded.
March 1 - 1700 or 2000 evacuated people returned home, levels receding, but spring thaw and ice jams threaten more floods.
MODIS observation of high levels along the lower Syr Darya river on January 30 and February 1, 3, 10, March 2.
14 Angola and Namibia Southwestern Angola - Cunene area, Huambo province.
Northwestern Nambia Kaokoland
Angola - Cunene
Nambia - Kunene 
27-Jan-04 1-Mar-04          35       Heavy rain Dam/Levy, break or release                 1   Tsu          75,080               9.7 20040291240Cune014Ma2.49 Heavy rains in Angola since late January raise levels of Cunene river. Floodgates opened a Ruacana Hydro Power Station opened to release water on January 28, which raises levels of Kunene river in Nambia.
MODIS observations of high levels on the Cunene river in Angola on January 27, 28, 29, 31 and February 4, 5, 14, 22, 25, 28, 29.
13 Australia Tasmania - Northeast and East coast. Towns cut off: Ansons Bay, Musselroe Bay, Binalong Bay. Devonport. South Esk 29-Jan-04 5-Feb-04           8 0    $           1,000,000 Heavy rain   50               2   Cp          17,760               5.5   January rainfall records in northeast Tasmania, flooding cut off three coastal towns. Damage to major roads.
"Some of the old timers are saying they haven't seen it this bad in 50 years and others say they can't remember it as bad since the 1929 floods,"
MODIS observation of flooding along the South Esk river on January 30, 31 and February 5.
12 Mozambique Manhica district - Ilha Josina Machel Incomati river  25-Jan-04 6-Feb-04          13 2     Heavy rain                   1   Tpo           1,310               0.9   Several days of torrential rain cause Incomati river to burst its banks.
MODIS observation of flooding on the Incomati river on January 25, 26, 27, 28, February 1, 4, 6.
11 Malaysia Sarawak - Kuching, Bau, Selangau, Sibu and Samarahan districts. Towns: Sibu, Kanowit, Machan, Durin, Song, Kapit, Stapang, Bintulu.
Johor - Johor Baru, Pontian and Kota Tinggi
Sungai Sarawak, Sungai Rajang 24-Jan-04 3-Feb-04          11 3          6,900  see notes  Heavy rain                   1   Tpz          32,620               4.3   Sarawak - "Over the last four days, we have 823mm of rain compared with just over 700mm for the whole of January last year."
2000 houses submerged in Sarawak. 350 families evacuated in Johor.
RM20 million damages to roads in Sibu.
10 Namibia Windhoek area, Katutura, Acacia Klein Windhoek, Arrebbusch and Gammams Rivers. 14-Jan-04 17-Jan-04           4 1    see notes  Brief torrential rain   70               2   Tsu              540               0.6   Cost to repair damages to Windhoek city: N$5,6 million.
"With more than 100 mm of rain falling in each of the two catchment areas feeding the Arrebbusch River, officials say the water level rose way above the flood level of Windhoek's worst known floods in 1934."
9 Yemen Central al-Baydah province   12-Jan-04 21-Jan-04          10 5     Heavy rain                   1   Tpu          10,630               2.4   Week long floods in Al-Baydah kill 5 and destroy livestock and crops.
8 Afghanistan Western province of Heart - Guzara district, Herat city. Kul, Becharkhy and Shamaka villages.   15-Jan-04 17-Jan-04           3            4,000   Heavy rain                   1  see notes  Cs           1,930               0.5 20040170910Herat008Ma2.27 More than a thousand families displaced. Around 80 million sq metres of agricultural land destroyed. Homes, bridges, schools and mosques also destroyed.
MODIS observation on January 17 show possible flooding along the Harirud River in Herat, which is not normally visible to MODIS.
7 Brazil Northeastern states of Alagoas, Bahia, Pernambuco, Piaui, Ceara and Sergipe.
Southeastern states of Espirito Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo city. 
Piaui - Paranaiba and Poti rivers
Bahia - Sao Francisco
10-Jan-04 8-Mar-04          59 161      230,000  $       117,000,000 Heavy rain                   1   Tpo     2,019,000             57.9 20040681320SFranc007M2.40
20040681315SFranc007M2.52
20040591325MiGerias007M2.38
20040541305SaoFrancisco007M2c
20040411625NEBraz007Ma2.40
20040341620Parnaiba007Ma2.39
Torrential rains and mudslides. Rainy season in southeast Brazil, and heavy rains in normally arid northeast Brazil. 32,500 houses damaged or destroyed throughout Brazil.
Pernambuco - 30 cities flooded; 3,000 houses destroyed; 29 killed.
Sao Paulo - 29 killed; 16 bridges destroyed.
Piaui - 1,500 families displaced; 12 dead; 104 municipalities inundated.
MODIS observations: Flooding on the Parnaiba river in Piaui and Maranhao on January 30, February 1, 3, 7, 10, 12, 14, 17, 21, 23, 28, March 1.
Small lakes normally not visible in Pernambuco, Pariaba and Ceara on February 2, 7, 9, 12, 18.
High levels on the Sao Francisco river in Bahia on February 23, March 8.
High levels of several rivers in Minas Gerias on February 28, March 1.
6 Australia Western and central Queensland - districts: Northwest, Channel Country, Warrego.  Towns: Mount Isa, Longreach, Rockhampton, Townsville, Jundah, Birdsville.
Northern New South Wales - Tamworth, Eulo, Moree, Parry.
Leichhardt, Gilliat, Flinders, Thomson, Cooper, Barcoo, Balonne, Weir, Bulloo, Nicholson, Gregory, Gilliat Channels, Barwon, Paroo, Peel, Mehi, Gwydir.
North Queensland: Tully, Herbert, Barron
14-Jan-04 25-Feb-04          43            3,400  $         32,000,000 Monsoonal rain   34               2   Tszo     1,232,000             83.5 20040230040Qld006M2.23
20040210050NQld006M2.26
20040210055Qld006M2.24
20040180025Qld006M2.27
20040180020Qld006M2.28
200mm rain in Mt Isa in 30 hours; worst floods since 1972. $20 million damage to outback roads. Wettest January since 1974 in parts of Queensland.
January 18 - flooding spreads south into  southwestern Queensland and northern New South Wales. 20 year floods in Tamworth, NSW.
February 11-13 - torrential rain in northern Queensland in Townsville and Cairns areas
MODIS observations:  Fflooding along Flinders, Georgina, Diamantina, and Thomson rivers in NW Queensland on January 16. Flooding spreads south through Qld Channel Country and into Northern NSW on January 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, and February 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17.
Wetter conditions on the Cape York Penninsula observed on Febrary 18.
5 Boliva Northeast Bolivia - Beni Department - Trinidad city   10-Jan-04 11-Jan-04           2          40,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpz           3,570               0.4   245 mm rain in 12 hours in Trinidad city. 8 thousand familes affected by flooding.
4 Iran and Iraq Southern Iran -
Fars Province - districts: Farashband, Mohr, Darab, Abadeh, Bavanat, Deyram. Mamasani town.
Bushehr Province - cracks in Goldanu Dam.
Kohkiluyeh-Boyer Ahmad Province - Gachsaran.
Southeastern Iraq - marshland areas near Nasiriyah.
  10-Jan-04 19-Jan-04          10 6          8,000   Heavy rain                   1   TsuCs          87,840               6.8 20040161005004IranMa2.20
20040120720Iran004M2c
Iran - Heavy rains since January 9. Flash flooding. 50 villages evacuated. "Heavy rains, which continued for two days, caused rivers in the region to flood their banks, washing away farmlands, cattle ranches, shrimp farming units as well as roads"
Iraq - 8,000 people flee their homes as heavy rains overflow irragation ditches. Annual floods return to Iraq marshlands in mid January.
MODIS observation of flooding along the coast of Iran in Khuzestan and Bushehr provinces on January 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19.
3 Peru Northern San Martin province, central Huanuco province and southern Puno province   8-Jan-04 10-Jan-04           3          11,000   Heavy rain                   1   Tpu          73,130               3.0   Rainstorms lasting more than 60 hours caused landslides and flooding. Hundreds of houses destroyed. 1,860 homeless and another 8,900 evacuated.
2 Guyana Regions Two (Pomeroon/Supenaam), Four (Demerara/Mahaica), Five (Mahaica/Berbice) and Six (Upper Corentyne/Berbice).   5-Jan-04 7-Jan-04           3       Heavy rain                   1   Tpz          16,830               1.4   Heavy rain since December 27. Crops, livestock and homes inundated.
1 USA US Midwest
Southern Indiana - counties: Jackson, Dearborn.
Ohio -  counties: Wood, Pleasants, Marion, Franklin, Licking. Chillicothe.
West Virginia - Marshall county. Belpre. Wellsburg. Moundsville.
Illinois - Jasper county.
Ohio - Muskingum, Scioto, Great Miami, Wills Creek
Indiana - White, Whitewater, Wabash, East Fork White, Eel and Muscatatuck Rivers
Illinois - Embarrass, Wabash
West Virginia - Ohio river.
4-Jan-04 16-Jan-04          13 2              60   Heavy rain                   1   TsuCpSe*        168,000             10.5 20040071650Ohio001M2.24
20040061610Scioto001M2.32
Extensive rural flooding in lowlands of southern Indiana along the White river.
MODIS observation of high levels on the Scioto river on January 6, 7. High levels on the Ohio, Wabash and White rivers on January 7, 10, 14, 15.
2003 - 294 Philippines Southern Leyte province - San Francisco, Liloan, Punta, San Ricardo. Panaon and Bohol islands
Mindanao Island - Provinces: Agusan Del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao Del Norte. Caraga region. Towns: Surigao city, Remedios Romualdez, Esperanza
Mindanao - Agusan River 19-Dec-03 7-Jan-04          20 200        97,500  $           3,000,000 Heavy rain                   1   Tpz          12,920               3.4   Days of heavy rain cause widespread landslides and floods in Southern Leyte. Landslides blamed on deforestation from illegal logging.
Flooding in northeastern Mindanao destroyed 62 houses and damaged 220. Flooding displaces 26,000 people in Caraga, in Agusan del Norte.
"The weather bureau said Friday's rainfall was 556 millimeters - more than the average for the whole month of December."
MODIS observation of flooding on the Agusan river on December 27, 31, January 5, 7.
2003 - 293 Malaysia Borneo Island - Sabah State - Kinabatangan district - Kampung Pengkalan, Buang Sayang, Muhibbah Hujung, Muhibbah Baru, Sinar Baru, Lokan and Sri Tanjung. Beluran District. Kota Marudu District. Sungai Kinabatangan 17-Dec-03 10-Jan-04          25            2,000   Heavy rain  Monsoonal rain                  1   Tpz          21,720               4.7   Seven villages in up to 1 meter of water since Sungai Kinabatangan flooded its banks on December 17.
Roads, bridges and crops destoyed in Kota Marudu.
1500 evacuated in Kinabatangan District.
MODIS observation of high levels on the Kinabatangan river on January 8, 10 with lots of clouds.
2003 - 290 Indonesia Sumatra -
Jambi Province - districts of Jambi, Muaro Jambi, Batanghari and Sarolangan. Muara Tembesi.
Riau Province - Indragiri Hulu
South Sumatra - Musi Banyuasin
South Sulawesi Province - Majene district. Wajo, Soppeng and Sidrap regencies.
North Sulawesi - Manado area
Jambi Province - Batanghari River
Sulawesi - Tondano River, Lake Tempe
10-Dec-03 23-Jan-04          45 148      350,000   Heavy rain   38               2   Tpz          79,400             21.5 20040050225Sulaw03.290M2.37
20040010540Sula03.290Ma2.39
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Biggest floods in Jambi since 1955. Batanghari River overflowed. "floods have destroyed about 40,000 units of houses dwelt in by 357,000 people, swept away 114 houses of worship and inundated 48 kilometers of national roads, along with 72 kilometers of provincial roads....  floods also submerged 39,268 hectares of plantations and 36,023 hectares of agricultur land"
11,000 houses inundated in Riau.
Floods and landslides in Majene, Sulawesi. South Sulawesi "Thousands of hectares of paddy fields and cacao plantations were damaged, while hundreds of livestock were washed away"
MODIS observation of flooding in Sulawesi Selatan around Singkang on December 29 and January 1, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19 and 23 in areas that were dry on December 13.
2003 - 273 Spain Southern Spain - Las Marismas - southwest of Seville area.
Huevla area, Malaga
Lower Guadalauivir river, Las Marismas wetlands 1-Nov-03 18-Jan-04          79 3     Heavy rain                   1   TsuCs          13,380               5.1 20033461120SpaMor273M2.26
20033301120LasMarismas273M2.29
20033231100SSpain273M2.28
20033101315SSpain273Ma2.30
No news reports, detected by monitoring MODIS data. Probably seasonal flooding in Las Marismas wetlands on the lower Guadalquivir river . First observation on  November 1. Flooding has grown by November 6. Additional observations on November 11, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26. December 2, 3, 10, 12, 14, 22, 24, 28, January 2, 4, 5, 11, 18. Levels in Las Marismas decline after mid December 2003.
December 6 - 8 - severe rainfall and storms in souther spain kill two in Huelva area.
Yearly Totals or Averages:          14 173474  51,467,552  $    7,553,518,000            1,791,044     15,326,445
An archive number is assigned to any flood that appears to be "large": significant damage to structures or agriculture, long intervals since the last similar event, and/or fatalities
*Severity Class
Class 1: large flood events: significant damage to structures or agriculture; fatalities; and/or 1-2 decades-long reported interval since the last similar event. 
Class 2: very large events: greater than 20 yr but less than 100 year recurrence interval, and/or a local recurrence interval of at 10-20 yr.
Class 3: Extreme events: with an estimated recurrence interval greater than 100 years
**Flood Magnitude = ln(duration) * severity class * sqrt(affected region)/100 {if duration=1, then duration is set at 1.1 for this calculation.}
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Causes
1 Heavy rain
2 Tropical cyclone
3 Extra-tropical cyclone
4 Monsoonal rain
5 Snowmelt
6 Rain and snowmelt
7 Ice jam/break-up
8 Dam/Levy, break or release
9 Brief torrential rain
10 Tidal surge
11 Avalanche related