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>> After days of torrential rain.>>
> If the Seine continues to rise, it would be the Parisians who would be in the water. So, it's good that it's stabilized and that the waters will begin to recede.>> But officials have warned it could take weeks for the capital to dry out after France's wettest May in 100 years.
The southern suburbs have been the worst affected. Up market districts along the Seine River also feeling the pain.>>
But it could be worse, because it's only the cellars for us at the moment, and when you see other places in France where it's happening, it's even worse.>> Over night on Friday, the Seine peaked at just over six meters, it's highest level in 30 years. As the waters started to recede on Saturday, Parisians breathed a sigh of relief.