GRANVILLE, France, Nov. 14 (UPI) -- Heavy rains flooded the center of a town in northern France Sunday, and more was forecast, a weather service said.
Part of the seaside town of Granville was flooded Sunday morning, with water entering houses and shops, after 2 inches of rain fell on the region within 24 hours, Radio France Internationale reported.
In nearby Belgium, two people died Saturday night and another Sunday afternoon in the storm.
One 72-year-old woman was trapped by floodwaters in a car in the village of Solre-Saint-Gery, near the French frontier.
A man's body was found in the same village. He had apparently been carried away by the flood.
On Sunday afternoon another body was fished out of the water in nearby Lessines, where another person was reported missing.
In a week of storms in the north and east of France, one person has died and another was missing.