Tuesday, a new weather disturbance on the Atlantic coastline will cross the country. It has already lead to large orange alerts on the western coast.
Are placed in amber alert for high waves and flooding is 13 departments – those of Britain, the Pas-de-Calais and Manche (50), Calvados (14), Seine-Maritime (76), Somme (80) , Loire-Atlantique (44), Vendée (85), Charente-Maritime (17), Gironde (33) Landes (40) and Pyrénées-Atlantiques (64). Only the North is no longer concerned by the alert since Monday night.
strong wind on the Charente-Maritime
A new episode of strong wind is expected tomorrow morning, Tuesday, from 6 am on the Charente-Maritime. The violent gusts will reach 100 to 110 km / h on the coast and 90 to 100 km / h in inland .
In the early morning it will be cloudy over the entire country and it will rain everywhere except in the Pyrenees Languedoc Roussillon up PACA and in the Rhone Valley and east of the Massif Central.
The Alps, it sometimes snows heavily over 1400 above sea level. During the morning, short rains will eventually reach the far south and Auvergne and the Corsican coast. At the rear of the perturbation, showers circulate and will extend to mid-day on a small northwest quarter.
Winds up to 110 km/h
They will sometimes be stormy and accompanied by sleet near the coast. The passage of the disturbance wind can be violent, especially of Poitou-Charentes in northern Aquitaine to the North-East where it will reach 100 to 110 km/h gusts.
In the afternoon, the disturbance will continue to shift to the east and rain affect the south-eastern half of the country. The snow level on the Pyrenees will be around 2,000 m. On the western half of the country, showers will continue to train and retain a stormy character near the coast of the Channel. A west wind will blow supported on the Atlantic coast and the English Channel. It locally reach 90 km/h gusts. The north wind will rise early evening and also reach 90 km/h gusts. In Corsica, the wind will blow at 110 km/h in gusts on the caps.
Minimum temperatures will range from 8 at 12 degrees on the Mediterranean coast, in the Rhone and the South west Valley, 4 to 7 elsewhere locally with 3 degrees in the land of Brittany. The highest will be between 7-12 degrees over a large northern half, the Massif Central and the pre-Alps, 13 and 16 on the South west, the Mediterranean and Corsica, to 17 and 18 of the Pyrenean foothills and eastern Corsica.