He was the big absentee this summer. But to the delight of holidaymakers who take advantage of the Indian summer, the sun has made a noticeable return in recent days in Brittany. Since Sunday, the mercury has even skyrocketed across the region. On Monday, temperature records for the month of September were thus broken in Morbihan with 31.5 ° C recorded in Groix and 30.8 ° in Belle-Ile. In these two islands, the previous records dated respectively from 1929 and 2001, according to the Météo Bretagne website.
#Brittany #Morbihan #temperature#Record monthly heat beat to #Groix and #Beautiful island this September 6, 2021
That of Groix dated from September 1929, that of Belle-Île from 2001! pic.twitter.com/NNixlBBrz6
– Sébastien DECAUX (@SebDecaux) September 6, 2021
On the Atlantic coast, the night from Monday to Tuesday was also tropical with temperatures not dropping below 20 ° C as in Pont-l’Abbé (22 ° C) or at Pointe du Raz (21.2 ° C) ). In Quimper, it was a bit cooler at night (19 °) but the prefecture of Finistère still broke a minimum temperature record.
Records in Quimper and Lorient this Tuesday
This Tuesday, the day was still very hot and sunny throughout Brittany. At 3 p.m., historical heat records for the month of September were thus broken in Ploudalmézeau (31 °), Quimper (30.9 °) as well as in Lorient (30.8 °).
￼🌡With T ° C slightly higher compared to yesterday, new monthly maximum temperature records (provisional values at 3 p.m.)
▫️31 ° C in Ploudalmezeau
▫️30.9 ° C in Quimper
▫️31 ° C in Sibiril
▫️30.8 ° C at Tregunc
▫️30.8 ° C Lorient-Lann
📸 Holy Lunar #Particpative Observations pic.twitter.com/Wgr1N3451P
– Météo-France (@meteofrance) September 7, 2021
However, the situation will deteriorate in the coming hours with sometimes violent thunderstorms and heavy rainfall expected overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday over the entire region.