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Potentially violent thunderstorms are anticipated from the starting of the night in nine departments in the south-west of France.

By Jérémy Billault for Le Point (with AFP)

Nine departments are placed on orange vigilance.
Nine departments are positioned on orange vigilance.
© SEBASTIEN LAPEYRERE / Hans Lucas / Hans Lucas through AFP

HASfter the warmth wave, the threat of thunderstorms. This Monday morning, Météo-France positioned nine departments in the South-West on orange alert in the face of the threat of thunderstorms at the finish of the day. The departments involved are the Pyrénées-Atlantiques and the Landes, with a threat of thunderstorms from 7 p.m. in addition to the Gironde, the Dordogne, the Lot-et-Garonne, the Lot, the Tarn-et-Garonne, the Gers and the Hautes-Pyrénées, later in the night.

These storms will preserve away the warmth data damaged in France throughout the weekend, in line with Météo-France forecasts. On the Atlantic coast, Normandy and Hauts-de-France, after the storms of the evening, the sky might be chaotic, stormy showers will flow into in locations, interspersed with calms.

Dry and sunny climate in the east

In the afternoon, the sky will stay cloudy over the western half of the nation, whereas thunderstorms will resume in Limousin but in addition in the Basque Country. These storms will generally be sturdy, with a threat of small to medium hail and gusts between 60 and 80 km/h. At the finish of the afternoon and in the night, these storms will cross the Centre-Val de Loire then the Paris basin and attain the north of the nation. A threat of remoted thunderstorms will even proceed additional west, from Aquitaine to Brittany and Normandy.

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Over the jap half of the nation, dry and sunny climate will dominate. The sky will step by step change into cloudy from the west however will stay vivid. Around the edge of the Gulf of Lion, this veil might be accompanied by maritime entries of low clouds, persisting throughout the day over the Aude and Hérault. Minimum temperatures will vary from 15 to twenty levels on the whole. The most temperatures, nonetheless scorching, will vary between 23 and 28 levels in the areas bordering the Channel and the Pays de la Loire, and between 29 and 34 levels elsewhere.