The disturbance will evolve on Sunday on France on an axis spreading from the south-west to Alsace-Lorraine, passing through the Massif Central and the Rhône-Alpes region, announces Météo-France.
Fifteen departments remain on orange alert for “storms”.
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It will cause rain, temporarily moderate in the morning.
The disturbance will become more active in the afternoon, mainly from the Massif Central to Burgundy Franche-Comté and Champagne, the accumulations possibly being significant during the episode.
A few storms will break out at the end of the day in Auvergne and Rhône-Alpes.
Corsica and the Mediterranean rim will remain away from this disturbance with clearings, even if some overflows could be felt in the lands of Languedoc-Roussillon.
Finally behind the disturbance, over a wide northwest quarter, the sky will be cloudy with clearings but also some showers, the risk being more present from midday.
Minimum temperatures will be cool over the northwest quarter, between 7 and 12 degrees.
On the rest of the country, they will vary from 11 to 15 degrees, except on the Mediterranean rim and in Corsica where they will be milder, 18 to 22 degrees.
The temperatures will be summer in the afternoon in the lower Rhône valley, around the Mediterranean as well as in Corsica, 28 to 32 degrees, locally up to 34 in the Bouches-du-Rhône.
We expect 24 to 28 degrees in Alsace and Languedoc-Roussillon.
This will contrast with cooler temperatures elsewhere, 18 to 23 degrees.
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