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heavy rains in the east: towards a return to normal according to the weather France
© Eddy Lemaistre / West-France (Illustration). There are only eight departments in the north-east of France who are placed in orange vigilance this Friday. Weather France announces a return to normal. The return to normal is profiled in the East after the high rainfall of the last days, while Weather France brought back on Friday, July 16, 2021 to eight the number of departments placed in orange vigilance.
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alert raised this Saturday morning the orange vigilance "thunderstorms" In all departments, but some strong thunderstorms can still explode locally in the afternoon on the northeastern quarter of the country. On the other hand, the "raw" is maintained on , according to a newsletter published at 6 o'clock. This Saturday, from the Central Massif to Champagne-Ardennes and Lorraine, the thunderstorms of the night will still be locally forts in the early morning, then diminish.
Weather. A warm shot this week over all of France? Forecast until Sunday
© Franck Dubray / West-France Nice and the Promenade des Anglais, June 3 (Illustration). This week from Monday 19 to Sunday, July 25 is hot and sunny on a large part of France. Thunderstorms should however appear at the end of the week. Summer has finally arrived ! In the extension of this weekend, the temperatures will still be summer and the sunny weather over a major part of the France , this week.
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but from midday, the stormy activity will reorganize. Languedoc and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, to Lorraine and Alsace, storms and showers will be frequent and will give rise sometimes intense and hail falls. Further in the west, in a refreshed atmosphere, the sky will be more variable in many areas, some showers will occur: they will sometimes be stormy, but isolated.Temperatures down
on Brittany in the morning, then to the Pays de Loire, Normandy and the Hauts de France, a covered and very rainy weather will settle, giving new high accumuls from rain. In addition, the South West wind will become strong enough on the Atlantic coast. At the opposite, Roussillon to the PACA region, the many cloudy passages will give all the most drops. Corsica will keep a dry and sunny weather. Southeast wind in South will strengthen on the Alps and PACA.
Weather. Tips up to 38 ° C expected Thursday in France: Where will it be hottest?
© Philippe Desmazes / AFP The sun above a cornfield. Photo Stock Illustration. Summer temperatures will continue a few days over a large part of France. Tips at 36 ° C and 38 ° C are expected in southwestern Thursday, July 22. Thunderstorms should however appear at the end of the week. "The atmosphere is largely summer, since Saturday on the west of the country, and since Sunday for the whole country" , announces Weather France in its newsletter this Tuesday, July 20th.
Temperatures will fall. The minimums will go from 15 to 20 degrees in general, 18 to 23 near the Mediterranean and the Rhone Valley. The maximums will reach 26 to 29 degrees in Alsace and north of Rhône-Alpes, 28 to 33 degrees from the Alps around the Mediterranean and Corsica, locally 32 to 35 of the Plains du Roussillon in Provence and Corsica, they will vary between 22 and 27 degrees on the rest of the country, 19 to 23 on Brittany and Cotentin.
Floods in Belgium: An investigating judge seized for involuntary homicides .
© provided by Le Parisien Le Parisien understand if there are one or more deaths of deaths caused by floods. This will be the mission of the investigating judge who has been seized of an investigation for "involuntary homicides" as a result of the floods of mid-July in Belgium, announced Wednesday the prosecutor's office. The Province of Liège (in Wallonia, Francophone Region of South Belgium), was the most affected by these deadly floods that caused huge damage .