As the rain continues in parts of the country, Chinese authorities are warning that there could be more bad weather and flooding to come.
Millions of people are still suffering after a tropical storm brought record amounts of rain to the Chinese capital, Beijing, and neighboring Hebei province.
Officials say more than a million people have been displaced from their homes in the northern region. At least 20 people have died and 27 others are missing in the suburbs of the capital.
As officials warn it could be a month before the waters recede in some areas, rescue workers are trying to restore power, water and transport links to flood-affected communities.
But as the rain continues in parts of the country, authorities are warning there could be more bad weather and flooding to come.
And high water levels in rivers in the northeast are threatening towns downstream, prompting the evacuation of tens of thousands of people.
This article is originally published on observatoiredeleurope.com