"Stay vigilant when travelling," warns the city of Lyon on its website. It specifies that it has evacuated and closed the large parks of the municipality as a safety measure because of the "strong winds greater than 70 km / h in progress during the next 24 hours".
🟡🍃 The #Rhône and the Metropolis of #Lyon are placed in yellow vigilance this Sunday, February 26 for "strong wind". Gusts can reach up to 90 km/h on the Saône-Rhône axis.
On foot or by bike, be careful near trees in particular. pic.twitter.com/9a5TPv6QU2
— Prefect of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Rhône region (@prefetrhone) February 26, 2023
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The Rhône department has been placed, like several departments in eastern France, in yellow vigilance "strong winds" by Météo-France until midnight. Gusts can reach up to 90 km/h on the Saône-Rhône axis.
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