Weather: violent thunderstorms in the South-West to be expected this Sunday evening

The generalized good weather is not yet back. If the sun and heat are expected in the East, a new stormy wave will sweep from the Pyrenees to the Massif Central with strong gusts of wind.

After a general refreshment and several days of rain, the good weather will not yet be back across the country this Sunday. France is cut in two with an eastern half under the sun and heat and a western half under the clouds and a certain coolness, announces the Weather Channel.

A new stormy wave will also begin between the Pyrenees and the west of the Massif Central between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. These sometimes violent thunderstorms will progress in the direction of Limousin and Auvergne. This new stormy wave is more violent and more extensive than yesterday.

Throughout the eastern part of France, summer weather returns, hot and sunny with average temperatures between 27 and 32 ° C in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and in Corsica. Of the’Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes at Great East through the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, the sky is often cloudy but the sun dominates. A few showers will start in the afternoon near the reliefs or even a thunderstorm on the Massif Central.

In the West, strong thunderstorms are therefore to be expected with fairly low average temperatures. This degradation will be accompanied by strong gusts of wind that can reach 80 to 100 km / h when thunderstorms pass, accumulations of rain that can reach 40 to 60 mm under the strongest thunderstorms, and a new risk of mudslides and flooding on saturated soils, details the Weather Channel.

These thunderstorms, associated with heavy rains go up towards the Loire Valley Center during the night and then Parisian basin. In these two regions, temperatures remain below seasonal norms with the afternoon no more than 20 to 24 ° C.

It is the improvement in Brittany with the return of beautiful clearings.

* The Weather Channel belongs to the Figaro group


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