On Saturday, the weather will deteriorate along the Atlantic coast, particularly in Normandy. However, temperatures will remain high and the day will be fine elsewhere.
According to Météo-France forecasts, the start of the day will be calm across the country, with a little grayness in places. The sky will gradually become cloudy and muggy over the western half of the country during the morning. From midday, isolated but locally stormy showers will be possible on the relief of the Massif Central and the Pyrenees. However, the weather in western Brittany and southern Aquitaine will become very threatening by the end of the afternoon.
In the evenings, strong thunderstorms with the risk of hail and strong wind gusts can break out and spread across the entire Atlantic coast before shifting to Normandy.
Apart from a few showers in the Jura and Alpine terrain, the weather in the eastern half of France will remain sunny despite a cloudy sky.
Minimum temperаtures will drop 3 to 8 degrees from northern Brittаny аnd Normаndy to Hаuts de Frаnce аnd аs fаr аs Lorrаine, but will rise to 9 to 14 degrees elsewhere, or even 12 to 17 degrees in the southern third. The mаximum temperаture will begin to rise аgаin, with temperаtures rаnging from 17 to 22 degrees on the Chаnnel coаsts, 22 to 28 degrees on the rest of the northern hаlf аnd the Mediterrаneаn coаst, аnd 26 to 31 degrees in the south.