Bad weather: the Moselle goes into red flood alert this Saturday, the Bas-Rhin remains in orange

Bad weather: the Moselle goes into red flood alert this Saturday, the Bas-Rhin remains in orange
Bad weather: the Moselle goes into red flood alert this Saturday, the Bas-Rhin remains in orange

The weather will remain unstable in the country on Saturday with the Moselle on red flood alert while the Bas-Rhin is maintained in orange, according to Météo-France. The Moselle was placed on red flood alert in the early hours of Saturday in the face of a potential “exceptional flood» of the Nieds rivers.

The Bas-Rhin is still on orange alert due to the risk of overflows from the Moder and the downstream and middle Saar. Meurthe-et-Moselle and the Vosges have been placed back on yellow alert, according to the latest Météo-France bulletin published at 6 a.m. this Saturday.

Weekend forecast

From the northern borders of France to Hauts-de-France and up to Seine-Maritime, a disturbance will bring numerous clouds and lasting rain. From Occitanie to Auvergne to the Rhône valley, showers will rise on Saturday in a southerly flow.

From the Alps to Provence to Corsica, the sun will predominate. Over the rest of the country, cloudy periods will be regular, sometimes punctuated by a few showers. In the afternoon, a pattern of stormy showers will set in from Lower Normandy to Ile-de-France and the Grand Est.

North of the Seine, the weather will be dry but gray. Over Brittany, Pays de la Loire, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, the sky will sometimes be cloudy and marked by periods of showers. Near the Mediterranean rim and in Corsica, the sun will be generous. The wind will remain insignificant. In the evening, showers will weaken in the South but will persist in the North.


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