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Offbeat "We adapt": in Strasbourg, temperature changes destabilize young and old

15:50  27 december  2022
15:50  27 december  2022 Source:   europe1.fr

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Après des températures négatives au début du mois de décembre, la douceur a fait son grand retour en France pour Noël. À Strasbourg, dans le Grand Est, le thermomètre joue en permanence au yoyo, déstabilisant au passage les habitants de la commune, perdus entre l'hiver le matin, et le printemps l'après-midi. © mattes rené / hemis.fr / hemis.fr / hemis via AFP after negative temperatures at the beginning of December, sweetness made a comeback in France for Christmas. In Strasbourg, in the Grand Est, the thermometer is constantly playing at Yoyo, destabilizing the inhabitants of the town, lost between winter in the morning, and spring in the afternoon.

after the cold, place in the spring in December. The hexagon had not experienced such sweetness since 1997 . But it must be said that in recent weeks, France has made the big difference in temperatures. Thus, in the Grand Est, the thermometer went from -10 to 12 degrees, in just ten days. Result, in Strasbourg, the inhabitants try to get used to seeing the temperatures double, or even triple during the same day.

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difficult for Malvina to choose her clothes in the morning to go to work. When the young woman leaves her home, her thermometer displays only 3 small degrees. But at midday, he displays 12 degrees. "It's Siberia in the morning, and the Sahara in the evening," laughs the Strasbourg at the microphone of Europe 1.

too cold or too hot

"we adapt suddenly. But in general we are wrong" , she admits. "In general, either in the morning we put a T-shirt and then we struggle, or either we take too many layers of clothes and then, like me today, we are too hot," explains Malvina.

Not easy to prepare with a Mercury 10 degrees above seasonal normal. A puzzle for parents, who prefer "to dress" their children, "that not enough", recognizes Aline. "So they always have the hat, the neck, the handkerchief packages, because the cold does not stop," continues the mother.

Heating savings

"They are all sick at the moment. Figures, otitis ... It does not stop", laughs at the microphone of Europe 1 Cécile, while her children sniff. "And then, the fact of turning on the radiators at home, it dries up the air and suddenly, it's not terrible."

Radiators that turn ... but only at night. Because during the day, some think of ventilating with such temperatures. "I left by leaving my windows open and having cut the heating," said Léa. A strategic choice with these temperatures. Coming home, the Strasbourg still had almost 18 degrees in her living room. Enough to make big savings in gas and electricity.

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