crimson vigilance maintained in Indre-et-Loire, six different departments in orange | EUROtoday

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LCaution stays so as this Monday, April 1st. If the climate stays disrupted over a significant a part of the nation, the rains will likely be “weaker” than Saturday and Sunday, in keeping with Vigicrues. The division of Indre-et-Loire stays on crimson alert within the face of an “exceptional flood” on the Vienne Tourangelle.

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Vigicrues introduced that “the peak of the flood” was anticipated in Chinon early within the morning. Preventive evacuations passed off on Sunday night. Vigilance within the Vienne division, which was on most alert on Sunday, has been fully lifted.

“Significant rain” within the Morvan

Six different departments are on orange alert: Charente, Charente-Maritime, Gironde, Dordogne, Côte-d'Or and Saône-et-Loire. “Significant rains have affected the Morvan since Sunday, causing flooding in the Brenne and the Arroux,” Vigicrues mentioned this Monday morning.

In the South-East, the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and the Alpes-Maritimes are saved on orange “avalanche” alert till 10 a.m. On the Mercantour and Haut-Var Haut-Verdon massifs, “the risk level will remain high for the whole of the day” even when “the probability of spontaneous avalanche departures will gradually decrease with the end of the precipitation this Monday morning,” warned Météo France in its 6 a.m. bulletin.