For the second day of this long weekend of the Ascension, the weather has some changes compared to the last few days. Thus, clouds will appear in the sky, but the precipitation will be scarce. The day will remain generally dominated by the heat, according to the forecasts of Météo-France. From Brittany to Normandy and the Hauts-de-France, the time will be temporarily cloudy or even temporarily cloudy in the morning, but without rain. Wind south-south-west will be sensitive with a few gusts on the coast of the English Channel, around 60/70 km/h in gusts. In the Poitou-Charente up in the Ile-de-France and Champagne-Ardenne region, the masses of cloud will increase during the day with the afternoon, a small risk of showers. On the other regions, beautiful éclairicies will alternate with cloudy. On the reliefs of the Pyrenees and Alps in the south, cumulus clouds will form, with a small risk of showers very localised.
The minimum temperatures in the morning will be very mild, between 13 and 18 degrees. In the afternoon, the temperatures will be stable, with a little freshness on the coast of the English Channel, with 17 to 21 degrees. Elsewhere, the heat will still be waiting for you with 23 to 29 degrees, on the north half and Corsica, and 26 to 31 degrees south, up to 32 locally
Updated Date: 21 May 2020, 22:33