VSn Monday June 20, the heat wave is gradually coming to an end in the country and a new stormy wave arrives in the evening on the Atlantic coast then the Center-Val de Loire, forecasts Météo-France, which has placed 21 departments on orange storm vigilance . In total, 15 departments are affected by orange vigilance. Ten of the Center-East are maintained in orange level for heat wave (Jura, Saône-et-Loire, Allier, Puy-de-Dôme, Haute-Loire, Loire, Rhône, Ain, Isère, Drôme), according to the bulletin of the service of meteorology. Five others are on orange alert for thunderstorms: Cher, Indre, Indre-et-Loire, Loir-et-Cher, Loiret,.
Watch out for thunderstorms!
Strong thunderstorms broke out overnight from Sunday to Monday on an axis going from the Paris basin to the Yonne and as far as the Ardennes, accompanied by intense rains, heavy hailstorms and sometimes strong gusts. Hailstones of 4 to 5 cm were observed in particular in Loiret and Seine-et-Marne. Very intense rainfall accumulations were recorded: 47 mm in one hour, including 30 mm in less than fifteen minutes in Vierzon, 60 mm in thirty minutes, including 40 mm in fifteen minutes in Lorris (Loiret).
On Tuesday, the risk of thunderstorms will continue over most regions. From the Paris region to Belgium, thunderstorms will circulate in the morning, the afternoon will be calmer. Elsewhere, the thunderstorm risk will increase as the hours go by. On the North-West, the clouds will remain numerous all day and will sometimes be accompanied by stormy showers. From Lorraine and Alsace to Rhône-Alpes and the Mediterranean, thunderstorms are possible first on the relief from midday, then the risk will be more generalized in the afternoon. On the South-West, maritime entries will again break up in the morning, but the sky will remain cloudy with a risk of thunderstorms in the afternoon. From Auvergne to the Center and Burgundy, the weather will be heavier with more frequent and strong thunderstorms in the afternoon. In the evening, a new stormy wave is expected over the South-West, then spreading towards the Massif Central and the Centre.
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