After the heat wave, place to thunder and lightning.
Thunderstorms are expected this Thursday in eastern France.
Météo-France has placed ten departments on orange alert for these risks.
“Virulent thunderstorms develop in the early afternoon on the Haute Loire, then go up towards the south of Alsace”, specifies the meteorological organization.
The departments concerned are Ain, Doubs, Isère, Jura, Loire, Haute-Loire, Haut-Rhin, Rhône, Saône-et-Loire and the Territory of Belfort.
“These storms could be violent accompanied by hail and strong gusts of wind, but especially by very strong intensities of precipitation”, underlines Météo-France in its bulletin, adding that 30 to 40 millimeters of water per hour are to be expected. in places.
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The worst of the disturbance will take place in the afternoon with a return to calm expected in the evening.
From the coasts of the English Channel to Poitou-Charentes, the sky will be more changeable, shared between clearings and cloudy periods carrying showers.
These will be more frequent and locally stormy on the Atlantic coasts in the morning, then inland as far as the Paris region in the afternoon.
On the Mediterranean border, the sun will resist despite some overflows in high clouds.
The tramontana will rise and approach 70 km/h in gusts in the evening.
Minimum temperatures will show 9 to 13 degrees over the northwestern half, 11 to 16 over the east and southwest, up to 16 and 21 over the Mediterranean regions.
In the afternoon, the thermometers will climb between 28 and 32 degrees from the west of Lorraine and from Alsace to the east of Rhône-Alpes before the stormy outbreaks.
It will also be 26 to 32 degrees around the Gulf of Lion to the southeast.
Everywhere else, temperatures will drop sharply and will only exceed 17 to 22 degrees.
The rain record in June was beaten on Sunday in Puy-de-Dôme
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