Two disturbances will sweep France this Tuesday 26th December, with rain and strong wind. La Manche should include wind gusts of up to 70 km, while Brittany and the Loire Valley will be affected by sustained rainfall.
Meteo France promises a gale in the night and in the morning of Tuesday, 26th December across France and especially in the Charente-Maritime in the Pays de la Loire, through the Centre and the Grand Est.
The first active disturbance quickly pass through the country in late night and early morning, with rain at daybreak Hauts-de-France in the southwest, shifting to mid-morning on the east of the hexagon
This will be accompanied by strong winds in the northern part, the gusts from 80 to 90 km/h or locally 100 km/h in late night and early morning of the Grand Central East region, and the wind quickly increasing mid morning.
The weather will remain sensitive on the coasts of the English Channel with peaks of 70 km / h . In back, the sky will remain cloudy and very few rain showers will develop in places. It will snow on the Alps from 1200 m.
Rains arriving in the evening in the Loire
A second disturbance will announce at the end of the morning by the northwest of France, where the first rains will cover the whole of Britain.
The southerly winds will strengthen again on the west side of the current countries of the afternoon, reaching 100 km/h on the coast and 80/90 km/h inland.
In the evening, the rain will be across the entire western half of the country and are also expected in the Pays-de-la-Loire.
The lowest temperatures will generally spread out from 2 degrees to 7 degrees, and from 8 to 10 degrees near the coast. Maximum range from 7 to 11 degrees, with it being warmer near the Mediterranean with 12 at 16 degrees.