The region of Campo de Cartagena is the area of the Region of Murcia that has accumulated the highest amount of rainfall in the last twelve hours, according to the data recorded by the Automatic Hydrological Information System (SAIH) of the Segura Hydrographic Confederation (CHS).
Specifically, the Rambla de Benipila rainfall station, in the municipality of Cartagena, has recorded the highest accumulated rainfall in the last twelve hours, with 69.7 millimetres.
In the Region of Murcia, it is followed by the rain gauge located in the Cartagena deputation of Canteras with 58.1 millimetres.
The third highest rainfall in the last twelve hours was recorded at the Los Patojos and Cartagena centre measuring station, in the municipality of Cartagena, with 53.9 millimetres.
On the other hand, rainfall was less frequent in Beniel (6.4 millimetres), Gebas in Alhama de Murcia (6.1 millimetres) and the Santomera reservoir (5.6 millimetres).