It’s going to be very hot all next week. From Monday, a heat peak is announced over France. In Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, the mercury will reach 36 to 38 degrees in places.
Temperatures will soar from Monday, under the effect of a mass of hot air which rises neither from Africa nor Spain but from the Atlantic.
Where do the air patches come from at the origin of the peak #heat tomorrow in the region of #Toulouse ? Africa? Spain? No ! From the Atlantic, as this retrotrajectory shows. pic.twitter.com/MDJfWLrCkE
– Gaétan Heymes (@GaetanHeymes) July 26, 2020
Monday July 27, 2020 will be marked by a temporary high pressure surge.
The day will be very sunny and marked with high temperatures, ranging from 32 degrees in the Territoire-de-Belfort until 34 degrees in the Yonne the afternoon.
“The hot and dry wind which will blow on the north-west of the region will not bring much freshness”, indicates Météo-France.
Very strong #heat tomorrow Monday. 30 ° reached up to the north of the Seine, locally 40 ° in Midi-Pyrénées. Sharp drop on Tuesday with a more temperate air mass from the west but> 35 ° still in the Rhône valley and Dauphiné.
stay informed: https://t.co/3W12yO88cB pic.twitter.com/1hgHIy64fo
– VigiMétéoFrance (@VigiMeteoFrance) July 26, 2020
-Tuesday July 28 and Wednesday July 29: it will be a little less hot: the maximum will revolve around 30 degrees.
-From Thursday July 30, the mercury will start to rise again and will display 34 degrees by location.
-Friday July 31st will be the hottest day with temperatures reaching 36 to 38 degrees by location.
The day of next Friday is to watch with extremely high temperatures suggested by several models of ensemble. Over 36 ° C widespread in the south and over 40 in the southwest. To be continued… pic.twitter.com/wuhE5GOqiz
– Keraunos (@KeraunosObs) July 25, 2020
-Saturday August 1st : it will still be very hot. Météo-France reports a risk of thunderstorms that day.
-Sunday August 2 : a drop in temperatures seems to be looming. The thermometer will return to around 30 degrees and some rains are expected per place.
Very little rain on the first 20 days of July: it’s unheard of since 1959
All over the region, prefects have issued orders restricting water use due to the lack of rainfall.
Between July 1 and 20, 2020, only 10.2 millimeters of rain were recorded on average in France.
More recently, the years 2015 (12.8 mm) and 2019 (14.1 mm) had already been very dry over these same twenty days.
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