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Weather forecast: Hérault placed on orange alert, with nine other departments on Saturday

Météo France places the department of Hérault on orange vigilance, after nine other departments, Saturday March 9, so that the Monica depression sweeps France.

In its latest bulletin, M&etéo France places H'Hérault on orange flood alert, Saturday March 9 and Sunday March 10, while the start Monica pressure sweeps the hexagon. This is the tenth department placed in the on orange alert for Saturday. Haute-Loire and the Loire for wind, Charente-Maritime, Gironde, Gard for floods, Lozère for rain-flooding, Ard'Ardèche and Var for floods and rain-flood and the Alpes-Maritimes for rain-flood and avalanches. The Monica Depression will create severe weather, particularly in the southeastern regions of the country where most of the population is affected. heavy rain and gusts of wind will mark the start of the weekend. 

The weather forecast service warns of heavy precipitation throughout the day and into the night from Saturday to Saturday. Sunday. "The accumulations could still exceed 100 mm in places in the departments of Var and Alpes-Maritimes. The Cévennes ard&echoises will also be heavily watered, with also snow beyond. 1 200 m during the day, then 800   1000 m the following night", estimates the latest bulletin from Météo France. Intense rains are notably present here. Plan for "on the Cévennes this Saturday afternoon as well as in the evening é following night". The Monica depression could also cause "a change in the level of vigilance in the Lozère department". The meteorological institute warns of a risk of significant flooding in Argens and Nartuby. who will be affected, like the entire PACA region, by heavy rain in the afternoon.

Gusts of 90 à 110 km/h

As of Saturday morning, a good part of France should be gray and rainy with light rain in the West. quot;which shift towards Normandy, Ile-de-France and Auvergne in the afternoon, then shift towards the east in the evening& eacute while losing their activity, sparing only the extreme northeast.

The Monica depression should also cause strong gusts of wind in the Loire and Haute-Loire, placed on orange alert. The south-southeast wind could prove violent “with gusts most often between 90 and 110 km/h or even locally 120  nbsp;à 130 km/h particularly on the Pilat Massif. Météo France warns the inhabited areas of Haute-Loire "mainly Yssingeaux-Le Puy en Velay and the area of ​​St-Etienne-St Chamond- Rive de Gier in the Loire " which could also testify to gusts of 90   & 110km/h.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

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