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Weather: A Storm Comes, Twelve Departments Orange Alert

Météo France has placed vigilance in twelve departments of orange Atlantic coasts and Mediterranean

Then a storm with winds over 100 km/h is announced tonight, Météo France has decided to place twelve departments of the Atlantic coast and Mediterranean orange vigilance.

Wind-waves and flooding

Finistère, the Morbihan, the Loire-Atlantique, the Vendée, the Charente-Maritime, Gironde, Landes, Pyrenees-Atlantiques have been placed on orange alert Waves-Submersion while four departments of the Mediterranean facade, Var, the Bouches-du-Rhône and the two Corsican departments were placed in orange alert due to a strong wind episode.

Meteo France therefore advise not to take the sea, goes walking by the sea, protect watercraft and protect his property facing the rising waters.

Meteo France had already alerted the passage of a storm from west to east over much of the country from that Sunday afternoon.

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