Canada Time Wednesday: Gray and wet in general, some flakes in the east
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Time will often be gray and wet Wednesday, with some gliding flakes or phenomena from the west center northeast, weather-France. On Wednesday, only the Alpine massif and the peaks of the Pyrenees will keep a good sunshine. On the Mediterranean border, maritime entrances will spoil the start of the day. Under the effect of a moderate tramontane, brightening will reappear on the perimeter of the Gulf of the Lion in the afternoon but the sky will remain cloudy to very cloudy on the south of Provence and Corsica.
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Mids sometimes givraging plains of Alsace
on the rest of the country, the day will begin with a gray and very humid time with some drizzle. These small rainfall sometimes mingle with flakes or will very locally make Limousin's slippery floors, west of Auvergne and Berry to Burgundy, Champagne-Ardenne and Lorraine. We will also be wary of sometimes givraging mists in plain of Alsace and Val de Saône in Lyonnais. In the afternoon, a little active disturbance will win by the sleeve, weak rain more regularly will invade the regions located north of the Loire until Hauts-de-France. Elsewhere, the sky will remain charged with a few drops or drizzle, still some flakes on the east of Limousin, the Massif Central, on the first heights of the Northeast quarter and then to the Prealps, the Black Mountain and the Cevennes.
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Up to 14 degrees Locally
Minimum temperatures will lower between 0 and 4 degrees of the coast of handle at Poitou-Charentes and Aquitaine, between 0 and -4 from the interior of Occitania and the PACA Until Northeast. The maximums will reach 7 to 11 degrees near the Channel, on the Atlantic facade, south of the Garonne and the Mediterranean regions, locally 12 to 14 on the Côte d'Azur and Corsica. It will not make more than 2 to 6 degrees on the rest of the hexagon.
In the night on Wednesday on Thursday, a little more regular snowfall will occur on the north of the Massif Central and as far as Plaine de la Burgundy Franche-Comté to Lorraine and Alsace. Quantities will be low but will bleach soils with locally 1 to 3 cm.
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