French weather forecaster Méteo France says that temperatures will be exceptionally mild for the time of year over the weekend and going in to Monday.
The south west of France is expected to get the highest temperatures with cities including Perpignan, Biarritz and Montpellier forecast to see temperatures up to 20C.
Map: Méteo France
Temperatures are expected to be cooler in the north of the country, but even northern France will reach a respectable 15C, according to the predictions.
So anyone heading to the Stade de France on Sunday to see France take on England in the opening game of the Six Nations won't need their warm scarves and mittens.
“These are certainly very high levels, but still below the record temperatures for early February,” Méteo France told French TV channel BFM.
But although the weather will be mild, northern parts of France can still expect some rain.
This is particularly disappointing for Sunday as this marks France's 'pancake day' la chandeleur. Tradition says that if it rains on la chandeleur, it will rain for the next 40 days.
— Météo-France (@meteofrance) January 31, 2020
It will be drier in the south with sunshine and cloud.