Météo-France forecasts persistent anticyclonic conditions and high temperatures on Saturday September 30, while the metropolis records the hottest month of September in its history, continuing a series of almost two years above seasonal norms.
At daybreak, pockets of mist and fog will be common over a good western half of the country and low clouds will also be present towards the Far East. The sun will already dominate the rest of the country. This lower level humidity will be absorbed throughout the morning. In the afternoon, the entire country will be bathed in clear sunshine.
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Yellow alert for floods on the Atlantic coast
Météo-France has placed Finistère and part of the Atlantic coast, from Charente-Maritime to the Atlantic Pyrenees, on yellow alert, recommending remaining attentive to the risk of flooding.
Minimum temperatures will be between 8 and 12 degrees in the northern half of the country, between 12 and 16 further south, they will be around 18 to 20 on the shores of the Mediterranean.
At the hottest of the afternoon, temperatures will be between 19 and 24 from Brittany towards Île-de-France, Hauts-de-France and the Grand Est, between 25 and 31 further south with peaks at 32 or 33 in the hinterland of Languedoc-Roussillon.
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