Saturday, November 5, 2016

Rain-floods : the two departments of the South Is on high alert – The Parisian

De rain, snow, thunderstorms. The time will be disrupted all day Saturday on the Hexagon, with rainfall on most regions.

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  • Two departments in vigilance orange

Two departments especially observed have been placed in vigilance orange by Météo France. It is of the Hautes-Alpes and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. Corsica is, it, placed by vigilance yellow, 12 departments on a wide south-eastern part of the country, on the Doubs river in the Gard, passing through the Alpes-Maritimes.

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SEE. The card of vigilance Météo France

According to Météo France, “this is the time of precipitation, as well as their geographical area, rather extensive,” which explains the “particular attention” given to the south-east. In the two counties placed in vigilance orange, the rain should stop in Sunday morning at 6 o’clock, which could be fear of flooding. Some of the possible consequences, reduced visibility, a traffic road hard and some of the consequences on railway transport.

  • the Three departments that went from orange to yellow

They were particularly monitored. Finally, Météo France has lifted the vigilance orange to risk of rains and floods on the Bouches-du-Rhône, Gard and Vaucluse, on Saturday, at 6 o’clock. At 2 o’clock, “the worrying side” of “the abundance of rainfall over a relatively short period of time” was justified in this vigilance.

  • difficult Time on the rest of the country

In addition to the south-east, particularly monitored, the disruption rainy entry Friday by the north-west will remain quite active in the morning from south-west to north-east of the country. It will move to the Pyrenees, the Massif central and the north-east during the day. In the evening, these two systems will come together to give a rainy night between the Pyrenees, the Alps, the mediterranean rim and Corsica.

The limit rain-snow would be around 2.000-2.400 m on the Alps in the day, but will subside to 1 000-1 200 m for the following night. This limit will drop to 1 200 m on the Pyrenees and the Massif central in the evening, and 1,000 million on the relief of the north-east. After the passage of this body wet, half north-west of the country will find a time variable, with showers most frequent on the coasts of the Atlantic and the English Channel.

The minimum temperatures vary from 4 to 10 degrees in general, 10 to 15 degrees on the mediterranean regions. The maximum will reach 8 to 14 degrees of the north-east to the west and south-west, 15 to 18 degrees near the Mediterranean and 21 to 23 in Corsica.

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