She barely follows Ciara and Inès. A third depression will befall France in barely a week. This weekend, the storm Dennis which will hit the British coasts should also have implications in France.
According to the Météo channel, it must be felt as of Saturday in the United Kingdom and Ireland, in particular because of its strong winds and its copious rains.
Ciara: impressive images of the storm
The night from Friday to Saturday "promises to be hectic for the whole of Ireland as for Northern Ireland, with generalized gusts between 80 and 100 km / h". In France too, Dennis is expected in the northwest of the country.
A contrasting time between the North and the South
The chain forecasts "intermittent or continuous rain over regions close to the English Channel", with a sustained wind. The risk of waves-submersion should nevertheless prove to be less strong than last weekend. On the coasts of Finistère in Pas-de-Calais the gusts could, on Saturday, exceed 100 km / h and Sunday the 120 km / h.
The weather will be very contrasted with the weather expected in the South this weekend, which will welcome mild temperatures, up to 23 ° C in the Basque Country, and bright sunshine.
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After the Ciara storm, which swept a northern third of France overnight Sunday to Monday, the Inès depression hit France on Thursday, with six departments in the Northeast placed on orange alert. Wind gusts have exceeded 130 km / h in Finistère.