This Thursday, the disturbance arrived Wednesday by the Atlantic facade will extend to the rest of the country. On the Channel coast, thunderstorms are likely at the end of the day. It could snow in the mountains.
This Thursday, the disturbance arrived Wednesday by the Atlantic facade will extend in the early hours of the day on the regions ranging from Hauts de France to the Grand-Est, Ile-de-France to Burgundy-Franche-Comté, the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region to Midi-Pyrénées.
The associated rainfall will be locally moderate. This disturbance will then shift towards the Eastern borders as the hours go by and then leave the territory at the end of the day by the Alps.
In the back, the sky will be variable, alternating between clearings, rather on the western center of the country and cloudy passages bringing showers, snow on the massifs with a limit rain-snow being from 1100 to 1200 m.
Unstable on the Channel coast
The instability will be more pronounced on the Channel coast and a good quarter southwest of the country where even storms will be likely, giving good cumulative rainfall on the Basque country in particular.
In Corsica, after a start of the day under a fairly clear sky, showers will set off and take on a stormy character, especially on the western part of the island.
In the late afternoon and evening, the thinnings will be wider in the interior of the country, conducive to the formation of low cloud and locally fog.
A westerly wind in the morning
The westerly wind will be sensitive in the morning in the western half of the country, it reaches 60 to 70 km / h, or 80 to 90 on the Aquitaine coast, it will drop intensity during the day except on the Landes coast.
At daybreak, the thermometer will be 4 to 7 degrees in general, 7 to 9 on the Channel coast, 8 to 12 along the Mediterranean and on the Island of Beauty. The maximum will struggle to reach 8 to 12 degrees, 15 to 17 on the shores of the Mediterranean, 19 to 20 in Corsica.
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