Attractive satellite image of cloudy skies in France

Attractive satellite image of cloudy skies in France

The image was taken by a NASA satellite at an altitude of more than 700 km above the Earth.

France split in two. Almost all the skies over France were covered in white this Thursday, while Brittany and the Normandy coast could enjoy the bright sun. Cloudy, extending from Wendy’s to the north, encircling three-quarters of the metropolitan area.

If this contrast is not clearly observed on Earth, it will appear hundreds of kilometers away from the blue planet. The Météo-France agency shared a photo taken by Terra Satellite on social networks, particularly responsible for collecting data, especially weather data, for a long time: we can see an almost perfectly cloudy straight line across France.

Clear skies on Friday

Meteo-France was certainly predicting a beautiful day in the north-west of the country, while the unrest that arrived on Wednesday was progressing east. The sun appeared several times along the Breton coast, dominating the entire north-west.

From Brittany to Belgium, the sky will be clear this Friday as well. As the hours passed, the clouds moved south. The afternoon sun will be generous from the Channel and Pais de Lower to the northern borders.

Hughes Garnier with AFP BFMTV Journalist

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