In its bulletin, the weather forecast service highlights guard over "rain-stormy passages" which may be accompanied by "locally strong gusts of wind". Météo France indicates that this episode occurs in a context of high tides "with a tidal coefficient of 103 for high tide on Saturday afternoon". On Saturday October 28, a rise in sea level is then strongly expected and it could cause “submersions by crossing sea waves or overflows, at the time of high tide”. The meteorological service indicates that these atmospheric conditions could spread “up to” east of the Channel on Saturday, still on yellow alert this Friday.
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