Friday, December 26, 2014

Snowfall: 19 departments placed in orange alert in … – FranceTV info

Snowfall: 19 departments placed in orange alert in … – FranceTV info

Beware of snow and ice. Weather France place Friday, December 26, 19 departments of France and the Alps in amber alert. This is the Ain, Aisne, Ardennes, Côte-d’Or, Doubs, Isere, Jura, the Marne, Haute-Marne, in Meurthe-et-Mose lle, Meuse, Moselle, Nord, Bas-Rhin, Haute-Saône, Savoie, Haute-Savoie, Vosges and of Belfort.

Snowfall will begin in the night from Friday to Saturday. The whole country should feel the cold wave and snow is expected on part of France this weekend. Ile-de-France, flurries are expected in the night from Saturday to Sunday. They should not be abundant enough to hold the ground in Paris, but they could form a small layer of one to two centimeters around the capital, especially in Seine-et-Marne.


The snowfall began on the night of Friday to Saturday, it will be “significant on a North-East quarter of France and the Northern Alps” says Météo France. The end of u phenomenon is scheduled “earliest” Sunday, December 28 at 7 in the morning. “The snow or ice in significant proportions are expected. Traffic conditions can quickly become very difficult on the entire network , warns the Institute of weather forecasts. Some damage can affect the distribution of electricity and telephone networks. The accident risks have increased. “

This snowfall should be followed by a cold wave from Sunday. According to The Weather Channel, because of the wind, the temperature felt should revolve around -9 ° C in the region of Nancy on Sunday afternoon, from -5 ° C to Paris and -1 ° C in Marseille.

In the early and mid-week, the cold could accelerate with the extension of the anticyclone to Russia. He could do “between -6 ° C and -3 ° C in most regions” , and the capital will experience frost. In the Northeast, with the expected strong gust of wind, temperatures could approach felt in places -20 ° C at sunrise.

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