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Weather: Corsica has the Hottest Night ever Recorded in France

The thermometer has not dropped below 30.5 ° C in the night of Monday to Tuesday in Marignana in Corsica. An absolute record for France by Meteo France.

More than 30 ° C at night! The temperature has not dropped below 30.5 ° C in the night of Monday to Tuesday in Marignana, South Corsica. According to experts from Meteo France, it is simply the absolute record across metropolitan France.


The previous night record, 30.3 ° C was recorded in Menton in the Alpes-Maritimes during the 2003 heat wave, said the weather forecasting agency. It said the record was broken due to the sirocco, a hot, dry wind that blew in the night of Monday to Tuesday.



During that time, the Center and the Northeast, ten departments are still orange alert for the thunderstorm.

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