Through Jean-Baptiste Morel
In his weather report Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at 6 a.m. (then at 4 p.m.), Meteo France announced that the department of Seine-Maritime was going on yellow vigilance, a measure due to strong thunderstorms likely in the evening.
However, at 4 pm, the sky was still very blue in the Norman capital… But according to the specialized organization, the thunderstorms, which could be accompanied by heavy precipitation but also hail, should occur in the evening. The prefecture of the department, on its Twitter account, calls for vigilance, especially “at the end of the day”.
⚠️ @Meteo France place it #SeineMaritime vigilance ? yellow for a risk of#Thunderstorms ⛈️
➡️ Risk of thunderstorms and hail at the end of the day from Le Havre to Rouen and the Pays de Caux.
✅ Adapt your driving to weather conditions @RoutePlusSure
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– Prefect of Normandy and Seine-Maritime (@ Prefet76) September 8, 2021
A very hot start to the month
So many climatic events that would considerably refresh the (very) summer temperatures at the beginning of the month in the department: between September 3 and 8, 2021, Boos weather station maximum temperatures exceeded 25 degrees each day, peaking Monday 6 at 29.2 degrees.
The weather alert is valid until September 9 at 6 a.m.
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