The beginning of November is marked by real autumn weather, with the passage of a disturbance followed by showers, before the arrival of storm Ciaran in the evening from the Atlantic.
– passage of an Atlantic disturbance with rain
– strengthening of the wind before Storm Ciaran arrives in the evening
– later degradation in the east where thinnings resist
Thermal indicator of the day (average temperature over 30 cities in France)
Minimum temperature: 9.5°C
Maximum temperature: 15.2°C
Average temperature: 12.4°C, +0.7°C above normal
Evolution compared to yesterday
What changes compared to Friday is the passage of an Atlantic disturbance which brings new rains in the west while in the east, it is the opposite, the weather temporarily improves, especially this Morning.
Details by region
Of Great East has Rhône-Alpes, the weather is dry this morning. Then the sky clouds over. The first rains begin in Rhône-Alpes in the afternoon, then in the evening in Alsace.
Min T° 6 to 10°C Max T°C: 14 to 17°C
Of the Channel coasts to Pyrenees passing through the Paris BasinTHE Loire valley And Auvergne, it is raining this morning, significantly in Normandy and Hauts-de-France. In the afternoon, the rains weaken, being limited to a few drops in a cloudy atmosphere.
Min temperature: 6 to 11°C Max temperature: 15 to 17°C
Near the Mediterraneanthe sky is cloudy with a few showers over the Cévennes as well as from the Côte d’Azur to Corsica.
Min temperature: 8 to 15°C Max temperature: 17 to 21°C
On the Atlantic regions, after the late night rains, you find a variable sky. Then in the evening, with the approach of storm Ciaran, the wind suddenly strengthened to more than 100 km/h in Brittany. Then Lower Normandy and the Pays de la Loire as well as Vendée are affected in the evening by this violent wind at more than 100 km/h.
Min temperature: 10 to 12°C Max temperature: 14 to 17°C
Further trend: On Thursday, storm Ciaran caused very turbulent weather throughout France, with a storm in the north, but also in the Aquitaine basin with gusts of more than 100 km/h. The rains are sustained, occasionally heavy from the Pyrenees to the eastern borders with a blizzard in the mountains above 1800 meters. In the active tail which follows the rains, heavy downpours occur, accompanied by hail and gusts of 80 km/h.