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Entertainment heat wave: Towards a new episode of strong heat in August

01:20  29 july  2022
01:20  29 july  2022 Source:   lejdd.fr

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Météo France plans a new scorching episode by the weekend. This third heat wave of the season should however be less intense than the previous two.

A new heat wave will fall on France from this Sunday. After the heat feather in June, and the very intense heat wave in mid-July, temperatures should increase again at the beginning of August, for the third time in the summer. Jean-Yves Choplin, forecaster at Météo France, announced the news to Franceinfo : "We expect high temperatures again from Sunday, for at least four days. Météo France cannot ensure with certainty that the phenomenon will not last beyond four days.

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A less intense episode

of temperatures surrounding the "30 ° C in the northern half of the country" and exceeding "32-33 ° C in the southern half" are expected for next week. Jean-Yves Choplin even speaks of "35 ° C" in the south of France. “The Azores of the Azores, head of the July heat wave, returns to the territory. The specialist explained that this anticyclone "blocks the air and the sun warms this air always in the same place", giving rise to persistent heat.

The heat wave will however be less intense than the previous one. Météo France's forecastist assures that France should not face "hot thrusts" unlike mid-July where temperature records have been reached in sixty municipalities.


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The South-East particularly affected this season

It will be a short respite for certain departments in south-eastern France which were still on orange heat wave last Sunday . Thirteen departments were affected, namely Hérault, Gard, Bouches-du-Rhône, Var, Alpes-Maritimes, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Vaucluse, Ardèche, Drôme, Les Hautes -Alpes, Isère, Savoy and Haute-Savoie.

Météo France had noted a "number of record days where the maximum temperature does not descend below 35 degrees", in particular in Nîmes, Montélimar, Avignon or even in Carpentras. July should be one of the hottest ever recorded in the Southeast, and will therefore end with a new heat wave at the national level.

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