Rain and greyness are announced for Sunday, August 18th. Virtually the whole country is concerned, except the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region and Corsica where the weather will be rather sunny. The situation should improve during the day in Brittany and part of the west of France.

The weather will be disturbed again, Sunday, August 18, over much of the country, often cloudy, rainy and locally stormy, according to Météo-France forecasts.

At the beginning of the day, the disturbance will always water the Pays de la Loire, a good part of Normandy, the Paris region to the Hauts-de-France.

This disturbance will slide slowly south-east by touching mid-day north of New Aquitaine, the Massif Central and a good quarter northeast of the country where it will take a thunderstorm in the afternoon on Auvergne, Burgundy, Jura, Vosges and Alsace, giving accumulations of marked rainfall, strong gusts of wind under the strongest storms.

▶ ️ Weekend || ️ Saturday the disturbance extends from the Pays de la Loire to Normandy to the Belgian borders: marked rains.☀️ Sun resists in the south. T ° down. Sunday progress of the disturbance from South-West to North-East. T ° C still cool in the rain. pic.twitter.com/8cQYyKTJUN

- Météo-France (@meteofrance) August 14, 2019

At the back, the clearings will return to Brittany in the early hours of the day and they will gain a good quarter north-west of the country in the afternoon but will sometimes be punctuated by a shower, on the coasts of the Channel in particular.

In the south-west of the country, the weather will be variable, alternating between shy clearings and frequent cloudy periods, carrying showers.

Only the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region and Corsica will benefit from a time most often sunny after the dissipation of the low morning clouds and that cumulus will bud on the summits in the afternoon.

Freshness for a month of August

Side temperatures, the minimum will generally be between 13 and 17 degrees in the northern two thirds of the country, between 17 and 22 on the south.

The maximum will be of the order of 19 to 23 on the north-west, from 24 to 29 elsewhere, with another 29 to 33 on the Midi Toulouse, along the valley of the Garonne.