The weather on Sunday will be stormy over most of the country, accompanied by a drop in mercury and accumulations of rain in significant places, according to Météo France.
Nine departments are placed on orange storm vigilance this Sunday: Ain, Rhône, Loire, Haute-Loire, Ardèche, Drôme, Isère, Gard and Hérault.
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In the morning, showers accompanied by thunderclaps will fall from Languedoc to Brittany.
They could be sustained over Auvergne and over the Rhône Valley as far as the Mediterranean coast.
The weather will also be stormy from the South-West to the Pays de Loire, and the showers will reach the Center-East and Burgundy at midday.
They will water the regions going from the Cévennes to the Center quite copiously, as well as the Rhône valley.
They will be less numerous near the Mediterranean and the weather will be calm on Corsica with variable skies.
The weather will remain chaotic in the afternoon on the east facade with thunderclaps.
Showers will sweep across the entire Northeast in the evening.
They will be scattered from western Normandy to the Belgian border.
On a southwestern quarter, clearings will develop, and thunderstorm activity will be concentrated near the reliefs.
The minimums will remain high at 17 to 21 degrees on the western facade, 20 to 24 degrees in the Southeast, 12 to 18 degrees in the Northeast.
From New Aquitaine to Brittany, Normandy, the maximum will not exceed 21 to 28 degrees.
We expect 24 to 30 degrees elsewhere in the country, 32/33 degrees in places in the North-East and from Provence to Corsica.