eight departments positioned on orange snow and ice vigilance on Wednesday | EUROtoday

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LThe chilly units in in France. This Wednesday, January 10, Météo-France warns of the dangers attributable to unfavorable temperatures over a big a part of the territory with orange vigilance for “snow-ice” introduced for eight departments by the meteorological service: Calvados, Eure , Eure-et-Loir, Essonne, Manche, Orne, Haute-Savoie and Yvelines. Isère and Savoie have returned to yellow vigilance.

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In its Tuesday bulletin, Météo-France warns of a “snow axis, now very weak” going from the Paris area to Lower Normandy, more likely to trigger “ice on the ground”, attributable to low temperatures. Snow will proceed to fall within the Alps, in response to the group, “between Grenoble, Chambéry and Geneva”, with “good quantities in the Annecy region”. In the Paris area, 1 to 2 cm of snow ought to fall within the morning.

15 to twenty cm of snow anticipated

According to Météo-France forecasts, the thermometer is just not anticipated to rise once more on Wednesday, with “ice on the ground” within the North-West, which persists into the evening from Tuesday to Wednesday, and steady snowfall within the Alps. on the Grenoble-Chambéry-Annecy-Geneva axis. Haute-Savoie, the place 15 to twenty cm are anticipated within the Annecy area, needs to be notably involved.

Frosts shall be sturdy and widespread, usually -8 to -2 levels from North to South-West. Exception on the Côte d’Azur and Corsica the place will probably be just a little milder 4 to eight levels. In the afternoon, the maximums will differ from 0 to three levels within the northern half of France, with out thawing in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, and from 3 to six levels within the South.