France forecast to get first hot spell of the year, with temperatures rising to 30C

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The Local - [email protected] • 4 May, 2022 Updated Wed 4 May 2022 11:14 CEST
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French weather forecasters are predicting the first prolonged hot spell of the year next week, with temperatures getting as high as 30C in some parts of the country. 


Météo France expects that the weather in the week beginning May 9th to be "warmer and drier than normal" throughout France, and "the first prolonged hot spell of the year". 

From Monday onwards, the whole country is expected to get a healthy dose of sun, with the exception of Nice and Corsica, which might experience a few scattered thunderstorms during the day.


Cloudless skies are on the forecast for Tuesday, with temperatures above 20C everywhere in France, except for parts of Brittany and around Biarritz. By Wednesday, temperatures are expected to rise to 24C in Paris. 

For the latter half of the week, the majority of south-eastern France can expect temperatures around 25C, possibly reaching up to 30C on Friday, according to France's weather channel.



The Local 2022/05/04 11:14

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