A cold snap will affect the whole of France next week


A descent of cold air from the North will bring down temperatures whose minimum will be between -2 and 7 ° C from north to south and up to 10 ° C near the Mediterranean.

It's time to take out the jackets! After the passage of the storm Amelie, it is now an icy cold that will fall on the Hexagon from Monday, November 11th. The Weather Channel forecasts a very hectic weather all week long with unusual temperatures for this time of year.

"This week we are under the influence of a vast vacuum system", says Gilles Matricon, meteorologist at La Chaîne Meteo, with "a cold, wet north wind (who) bring a lot of rain, wind and snow at medium altitude ".

Over the whole week, the minimum temperatures "will be between -2 and 7 ° C from north to south, up to 10 ° C near the Mediterranean" while "In the afternoon, the maximum will change from 5 to 8 ° C in the east, 9 to 11 ° C going to the Atlantic and 12 to 13 ° C on average around the Mediterranean".

Throughout the week, average temperatures will be between 2 and 5 ° C, below seasonal averages.

The cold will be accentuated over the week, as shown by this animation with, as of Thursday, "a period of very bad weather (which) settles permanently because of the digging of a very active depression with heavy rains and sometimes violent winds in the West". This very rough weather will reach the eastern regions and especially South-East Friday.

Finally, The Weather Channel announces that "episode of violent, even stormy winds is also to be feared in the Atlantic and Mediterranean regions" and large amounts of snow could fall on the Pyrenees and the Alps, from 1000 meters of altitude.

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