South-East: Ain, Isère, Rhône, Savoie and Haute-Savoie in heat wave orange vigilance

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METEO On the other hand, the weather will be stormy from New Aquitaine to the Grand-Est, according to Météo-France

Sud-Est&nbsp ;: L’Ain, l’Isère, Rhône, Savoie and Haute-Savoie on heatwave orange vigilance

A child playing with water to cool off (illustration) . — SYSPEO

The sun will be particularly active this Monday in the South-East. The heat will persist in this part of France with five departments placed in heat wave orange vigilance. On the other hand, the weather will be stormy from New Aquitaine to the Grand-Est, according to the bulletin of Météo-France

Heat wave vigilance will concern Ain, Isère, Rhône, Savoie and Haute-Savoie. From New Aquitaine to the North-East, from the start of the day, the weather will be very cloudy and heavy. From Aquitaine to; Auvergne and Lorraine, often stormy showers will circulate in the morning, which can give good accumulations of rain.

A risk of thunderstorms over part of the country

In the afternoon, the risk of thunderstorms will extend from the Massif Central in the Centre-Val-de-Loire to the south-east of the Paris region and Champagne-Ardenne. On the other hand, in the South-West a lull will appear temporarily. In the evening, a new resumption of thunderstorms will be organized from Aquitaine and the west of the Pyrenees to the Massif Central and the Grand-Est, with to the west of the Pyrenees. again good rainy periods.

In Brittany and Cotentin, a disturbance will set in for the day , giving very cloudy skies and rain. On the plains of Languedoc and Roussillon, the the sky will also be cloudy, with sea entries sometimes accompanied by a few drops.

In the rest of the country, the weather will be drier and brighter, even sunny; from PACA to Rhône-Alpes, excepté a low thunderstorm risk on the border Alps. In Occitania, the autan wind will blow from the morning until 50 to 70 km/h in gusts, the southerly wind will pick up in the Rhône valley to reach 50 to 50  60 km/h peak.