twelve departments placed on orange vigilance by Météo France

twelve departments placed on orange vigilance by Météo France
twelve departments placed on orange vigilance by Météo France

Twelve departments including Landes, Gironde, Lot-et-Garonne, Dordogne, Charente, Haute-Vienne, Creuse, Indre, Cher, Yonne, Nièvre and Côté d’Or, were placed on orange alert for thunderstorms, this Tuesday, June 18, 2024.

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Stormy development late in the afternoon

“At the end of Tuesday afternoon, a stormy deterioration begins over the Bay of Biscay then approaches the west of New Aquitaine, these storms then rising quickly in the evening towards the north of New Aquitaine before to evacuate towards the north of the Massif Central and Centre-Val-de-Loire during the night »specifies Météo France.

Hailstones are expected. Wind gusts reaching 100 km/h may also be noted.

What about Wednesday?

At the end of the night, we will find a stormy line going from the Pays de la Loire and the north of New Aquitaine to the Center and Lorraine. These storms will spill over into southern Brittany and may be accompanied by hail and heavy rain.

Wednesday afternoon, the weather will remain very unstable with still numerous stormy showers developing this time from Auvergne, from the north of the Rhône valley to the Paris region, in the Center Val de Loire and in the North-East. Thunderstorms could be strong from Jura to Burgundy with gusts of wind and hail, specifies theAFP.

Minimum temperatures will be between 12 and 16 degrees in the northern half, 14 to 20 degrees in the south. The maximums are 18 to 22 degrees in a northwest quarter, 22 to 30 degrees elsewhere.

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