The town of Plobannalec-Lesconil rocked by storm Ciara on February 9, 2020. - Fred TANNEAU / AFP
The winds should sweep the Breton coast tonight and tomorrow at the start of the day. Météo France placed Finistère and Morbihan on orange alert to rain and floods this Saturday in its 16-hour bulletin. "The Dennis depression generates heavy rain over the North and West, and over Brittany in particular," said the watchdog organization.
On the sidelines of the #TempeteDennis which rages on the North Atlantic, #productive rains are planned on # Finistère and #Morbihan: by Sunday evening, expected cumulative amounts of 30 to 60 mm, locally 80 mm (equivalent of 2 even 3 weeks of rain).
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"The cumulative amounts expected on the episode are 30 to 60 millimeters in 24 hours", knowing that "these rains arrive on already saturated soils". The storm warning triggered by Météo France runs until 4 p.m. Sunday.
Ciara, Inès, Dennis… Storms are increasing in the northwest of France
- Meteo France