Weather forecast: It will be cold all over France

Weather forecast: It will be cold all over France

If the gloves and hats have not been done before, they will definitely be back from Monday, November 22nd. In fact, northerly winds will bring down temperatures, however they will remain moderate until the end of the month. Bad weather is forecast especially in the south.

During one winter month, high pressure from Ireland is forecast to cause “winds to shift to the northeast” as explained. Weather Channel.

Today, dry and cold winds will blow over the northern half of France and the temperature will drop to 3 to 6 C, although the sun will still be there. On the other hand, heavy rainfall is expected in the south, as well as in the Pyrenees, which is 900 to 1,000 m above sea level due to the Mediterranean depression.

The rain will move to the Lion Bay tomorrow afternoon. Bad weather has been operating in Languedoc-Russell since Wednesday. However, Corsica and PACA will have survived the crash until Thursday.

Of course, this November 25th, heavy rain is expected “along the entire Mediterranean”, not to mention heavy snowfall in the southern Alps and perhaps the southern part of the Massif Central. In addition, the cold snap is expected to intensify from Thursday due to Scandinavian depression.

Confidence on Friday is unclear, however, with some improvement in the south. In the northern hemisphere, the north wind will be calm but the temperature will be “2 to 3 ° C above average”.

Although we are not talking about a “cold wave” yet, this week from the 22nd to the 28th will feel like the “first cold of November” in France.

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