autumnal weather in the North, more summery in the South

autumnal weather in the North, more summery in the South
autumnal weather in the North, more summery in the South

LFrance will be cut in two this Sunday, June 16. The weather will be overcast and rainy in a large northern half, from southern Brittany, Pays de la Loire and northern New Aquitaine to the east of Hauts-de-France, Champagne-Ardenne, the west of Burgundy and Lorraine. On the other hand, the south will benefit from brighter and warmer weather, with the exception of some gray weather on the Côte d’Azur and the eastern coast of Corsica, Météo France predicts.

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The afternoon will be more or less similar. Showers are expected in the northwest and as far as the Paris basin as well as in the Ardennes. South of the Bordeaux-Metz line, the sun will shine in a sky that is nevertheless cloudy, according to La Chaîne Météo.

Maximums ranging from 18 to 30°C

The wind will still blow strong this Sunday. A few gusts of 50 km/h will be possible in the northwest of the country. A westerly wind of 50 to 60 km/h will blow from the Var coast to the ends of Corsica, and the sea wind will rise around the Gulf of Lion in the afternoon, continues Météo-France.

Minimum temperatures will be between 9 and 13 degrees in general, between 14 and 18 on the Mediterranean coasts. The maximums will not exceed 18 to 22 degrees in general in the northern half, locally 23 to 24 in the Alsace plain and in Lyonnais. They will reach 23 to 26 degrees in the south and locally 28 to 30 in the interior of Languedoc-Roussillon and in Provence.



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