Stay safe. The departments of Haute-Corse and Corse-du-Sud remain placed this Saturday in orange vigilance strong wind by Météo-France, which has lifted the alert for the Alpes-Maritimes and the Var. The wind will weaken very gradually in the morning, says Météo-France, specifying that at midday, in Corsica, the gusts will still be of the order of 140 to 160 km / h from Balagne to Cap Corse, from 120 to 140 km / h on the relief and around 100 to 120 km / h on the Bastiais region.
The orange vigilance strong wind, lifted Saturday morning for the Alpes-Maritimes and the Var, had already been for the Pyrénées-Orientales, Aude and Hérault. From Hauts-de-France to the Grand-Est, the weather will become calmer and drier again with beautiful clearings despite a cooled atmosphere, such as from Normandy to Burgundy-Franche-Comté, where the sky will be crowded in the early morning with light rainfall. Snowfall will occur at very low altitudes, from 300 to 400 meters, or even in the plain. Clouds will dominate the rest of the northern half, sometimes accompanied by light rain.
A sky still a little agitated
The weather will still be agitated in the South: the sun will dominate around the Mediterranean but under a westerly wind still strong in the morning. The sky will remain overcast elsewhere, with rains often continuous and sometimes of moderate intensity especially from the South-West to the Massif Central. Good snowfall will occur over the Alps above 1,300 meters in the morning, then beyond 1,800 meters.
Temperatures will drop over the Northeast, with the return of frosts and negative minimums. They will be milder elsewhere, up to 8 to 13 degrees from the southwest to the Mediterranean. In the afternoon, highs will range from 6 to 11 degrees from Normandy and the northern borders to Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, from 11 to 15 degrees from Brittany to Auvergne Rhône-Alpes, from 13 to 18 degrees in the south and up to 19 to 23 degrees near the Mediterranean.
- Weather forecast
- Orange vigilance