This Monday, November 13, umbrella and raincoat are often essential due to a disturbance which is circulating in the northern two-thirds of the country. The consolation comes from the temperatures, with a general and remarkable mildness for mid-November.
– rains over the northern two-thirds of the country
– gale in the Channel with gusts of 70 to 90 km/h on exposed coasts
– remarkable and widespread mildness, worthy of a month of June in the south with peaks at 25°C at the foot of the Pyrenees.
Thermal indicator of the day (average temperature over 30 cities in France)
Minimum temperature: 11.5°C
Maximum temperature: 17.4°C
Average temperature: 14.4°C or +5°C above average
Evolution compared to yesterday
What changes compared to Sunday is the accentuation of the sweetness. Due to the southwest wind of subtropical origin, temperatures are high everywhere, 5 to 10°C higher than seasonal norms in the afternoon.
Details by region
Of the Brittany to Hauts-de-France, the weather is choppy with frequent rains and strong winds near the coasts, gusting up to 90 km/h and 70 km/h inland. The level of rivers in Nord-Pas-de-Calais remains under surveillance.
Min T° 10 to 15°C Max T° 13 to 15°C
Of southern Aquitaine At south of Rhône-Alpes to the Mediterranean, you spend your day dry under a temporarily cloudy sky. It is very mild in the afternoon, and even hot at the foot of the Pyrenees, with peaks of 25°C in the Roussillon plain, near Perpignan, a level of early June.
Min temperature 7 to 16°C Max temperature 18 to 22°C
Everywhere else, the weather is gray and humid with intermittent rain and strong winds. Be careful in the north of the Alps with rain reaching up to 3000 meters, which accentuates the melting of snow below 2500 meters and can lead to significant reactions in watercourses, or even local flooding. Also be careful in high mountains with the high risk of avalanches.
Min T° 8 to 14°C Max T° 14 to 18°C
Further trend : after the rains on Monday, unstable weather prevails with showers over most of the country. Only a small southern third of the country remains on the sidelines due to higher pressures.
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