A new storm is expected to arrive on Saturday November 4 in the west of France. The "activity" However, Domingos should be "much worse" that of storm Ciaran, according to Météo France.
The western side of the country has not yet finished with bad weather. After having been heavily affected by storm Ciaran, the west of France is indeed preparing for the storm. to face the Domingos depression, which should arrive on Saturday November 4, according to Météo France. In a bulletin published Thursday evening on its site, the meteorological institution calls attention to Vendée and Loire-Atlantique on the one hand and the coastal departments of Manche on the other hand, as well as winds of up to 100 km/h inland. Météo France indicates, however, that there is "still uncertainty" about this depression.
The French observatory for tornadoes and violent storms Keraunos adds for its part on Keraunos also reports "sustained and abundant rain" planned for Saturday in the west, "and particularly on the reliefs exposed to 'west'. In a vigilance bulletin published This Friday morning, Méo France specifies that the Domingos depression "will bring a new gale to the north of the country".
For the moment, only the Pas-de-Calais department will be on orange alert on Saturday, for the risk of flooding. But Météo France warns that "an evolution towards orange vigilance "event" is very probable in certain departments of the Atlantic coast, around Vendée and the Poitou-Charentes region in particular. Saturday evening and during the following night, a passage of orange vigilance "waves-submersion" "is not excluded in the departments of Bouches-du-Rhône, Var, Alpes-Maritimes and Corse-du-Sud, due to the strong waves from the South-West sector expected" ;, also specifies the meteorological service. "This episode could be stronger than the one ending this Friday", alert Météo France.
A "strong impact" expected, according to Agnès Pannier-Runacher
Météo France mentioned in its situation update Thursday evening an "activity" of depression Domingos "well in decline" of Storm Ciaran. 'Nothing' “to see with Ciaran at the level of the winds”, ensures for his part that the Keraunos observatory. But according to the Minister of Energy Transition, this new climatic episode is "of a potentially serious nature. “also have a strong impact,” due to the damage caused by Ciaran, reports
"Part of the trees will have been destroyed. weakened, half Uprooted, part of the roofs were destroyed. weakened, and therefore we can expect “We want to have a second phase with an impact on networks and buildings,” said Ms. Agnès Pannier-Runacher Thursday, during a press conference with Enedis, the manager of the French electricity network. The minister assured that the State services are ensuring “to now take all measures to secure buildings, tarping, securing the roads, cutting, to allow the roads to open ;&be totally accessible" before the expected arrival of this "second storm episode".