Five departments in the northeast are placed on orange alert this Saturday morning. However, during Saturday they will experience a mild, with a little rain on the northwest, and sun on the Alps and the Mediterranean, announces Meteo France
This Saturday, January 26, at 6 pm, Méteo France has kept vigilant orange due to a risk of ice the Doubs (25), the Jura (39), the Haute-Saone (70), the Vosges (88) and the Territoire-de-Belfort (90). The Meteorological Institute warns against “an episode of freezing rain associated with a mildness requiring special vigilance. The ice storm, even in small quantities, can disrupt many economic activities and is particularly troublesome for road traffic. “
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But the temperatures will become positive again by midday, and the risk will disappear.
Gray and humid over a large part of the country
Elsewhere, the atmosphere will be softer in the morning on the north and all the west, where the sky will be gray and accompanied by small rains or drizzle. In the late afternoon, the southwest wind will strengthen from Brittany to the North and Pas-de-Calais. More rain will be gained by the Channel.
In the afternoon, the warmth will become widespread. The foothills and the reliefs of the Pyrenees will be sunny.
The Alps and the Mediterranean surrounds will maintain sunny conditions. Tramontane and mistral will go down a notch, with gusts of 60 to 80 km/h.
Elsewhere, the weather will remain very cloudy to cover and it will rain a little, especially on the northern half. A gust of wind will hit the West Sunday morning.
During the day, the maximum temperatures will be 4 to 8 ° C in the east, 8 to 12 in the western half and 12 to 16 in the Mediterranean regions.