4 week trend: Weather until June 6th

4 week trend: Weather until June 6th

Way KingClimate observer

Weather trends are updated every Thursday for 4 weeks. The second presents the most likely weather for the next four weeks until June 6th.

May promises more unrest than April with the return of rains in the north and south. However, it can follow its predecessor from a thermal perspective. Will have to wait until early June to reconnect with the summer weather.

Here is the overall trend expected for the next 4 weeks

Week 1: May 10-16

Heavy rains and thunderstorms will mark early this week in the south-west to the north-east of the country and in the south-east quarter. After the maximum heat of the weekend, the temperature will be much lower and lower than normal. The weather for the Ascension Bridge is also very mixed.

Week 2: May 17-23

The weather will still be mixed this week, but the storm is light. The annoying parts will be separated by beautiful sunny spells. In the case of temperature, the values ​​usually remain below normal.

Week 3: May 24-30

The weather should gradually dry up by the end of May, which will not prevent some unrest from going south. In the north, the sun will be more present and the temperature will return to normal by season.

Week 4: May 30 to June 6

Therefore, it is only in late May and early June that summer weather should change with the general return of sun and heat. We will return to the top of the seasonal norms. Note the possibility of thunderstorms in the southern half.

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In conclusion, If, after April is colder than the average month, marked by severe late frosts, our country should return to the very cold and clearly humid month of May. The return of rains will be good news for the superficial drought. Those who love the sun and the heat need to wait until the beginning of June.

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