Thus, in Pau, we recorded a maximum of 25.7 degrees, with some welcome small gusts (maximum of 34 km/h). At Orthes, the mercury soared to 27.3 degrees and there were also some light winds. (maximum 36 km per hour). Navarenx has the highest temperature for a day with a reading of 28.2 degrees.
Sunday, mild temperatures
On the Basque coast, the thermometer was even milder. 25.4 at Pointe de Soco, 24.5 at Biarritz and 23.3 at Hendaye (Domain d’Abbadia).
Watch out for some scattered showers locally.
On Monday, the Sun will return to 64. Afternoon temperatures are expected to range from 24 degrees on the Basque coast to 25/26 degrees in Bern (26 in Orthes and Garlin, 25 in Pau and Oloron). Morning will be cloudy.
Week Ahead: Average Temperatures
Clouds and some rain are expected in the Basque part of the department and in the Orthez region on Tuesday. Temperatures should range from 16 degrees (in Seoul and Aspe Valley) to 20 in Hendaye, while Po and Oloron should be content with 17 degrees. In the afternoon, showers – always sporadic – will spread into the 64s. The thermometer will be between 21 and 25 in Bern (21 in Saint-Colom, 25 in Orthes), 23 to 24 on the Basque coast (23 in Hendaye, 24 in Bayonne).
The rest of the week should be the same, with a chance of thunderstorms in the mountains starting Thursday afternoon. On Saturday, the sun will return and temperatures will rise a few degrees.
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