fire and heat wave in Italy: 16 cities on red alert
© Federico Scoppa Massarosa (Italy) Wednesday. A Canadair drops water in an area affected by a forest fire. AFP/Federico SCOPPA Italy faces this Friday the hottest day of the current heat wave. 16 cities are thus on alert from north to south of the peninsula, some regions of which are also ravaged by fires. To the north, Milan, the capital of Lombardy, should touch 40 ° C, and peaks of 39 ° C are expected in Bologna (north of the country), and Rome (center).
© Mathieu Thomasset / Hans Lucas / Hans Lucas via AFP 35 to 39 degrees during the day, and stifling nights: a new episode of heat wave should touch the south of France Monday before going north Tuesday and Wednesday. Ardèche, Drôme, Gard, Pyrénées-Orientales and Vaucluse are placed in orange heat wave.
35 to 39 degrees during the day, and stifling nights: a new episode of heat wave is expected to touch the south of France on Monday before going north Tuesday and Wednesday. Ardèche (07), Drôme (26), Gard (30), Pyrénées-Orientales (66) and Vaucluse (84): five departments were placed under orange vigilance in the south of France.
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They should cross a "new scorching episode whose intensity and duration will be less than those of the previous episode," said Météo-France on Sunday in a bulletin. The ten other departments of the south-eastern quarter of France were placed in yellow alert.
The temperatures of new upper
a few days after an exceptional heat wave that lasted two weeks, temperatures were raised again on Sunday afternoon from Roussillon to Provence. 36 degrees were noted in Marseille, Montpellier and Perpignan on Sunday at 4:00 p.m., and 38 in Nîmes.
south of Nîmes (Gard), fueled by the Mistral and the Tramontane, a fire destroyed 200 hectares of pine forest on Sunday evening, and four firefighters were injured, including one seriously.
An important plume of gray and orange smoke required the partial closure of the A9 motorway. The Gard was placed on Saturday, for the first time of the season, in "extreme danger" level in the Rhodanian Gard area.
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Another fire broke out at the end of the afternoon about twenty kilometers from Marseille, near the Pennes-Mirabeau.
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This multiplication of hot episodes is a direct consequence of global warming according to scientists, greenhouse gas emissions ( Linked to energy production, transport, industry) increasing their intensity, duration and frequency. "The heat is intensifying again," warned Météo-France.
The heat should be felt in the morning and in the afternoon of Monday in the south, with temperatures of 35 to 38 degrees on the departments placed in orange alert, and peaks at 39 degrees towards the Gard.
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The episode of strong heat should "extend Tuesday and Wednesday on many regions", to the west and in the Rhône valley, plans Météo-France.
Météo-France: France is preparing for a new heat wave
© Julien de Rosa Canal de l'Ourcq, in Paris, July 30. You were hot, well Suez now. Less than ten days after a scorching episode, a large part of France is preparing to cross a new heat wave, from Monday to Wednesday August 3. "A new heat wave takes place on France with temperatures that can exceed 35 ° C in general on Monday south of a Bordeaux-Lyon line, Météo-France. It can settle for several days on the southeast quarter of the country.
The heat peak expected for Wednesday
across France, the heat peak is expected for Wednesday with maximums often greater than or equal to 35 ° C and points at 39 or 40 degrees in the Southwest.
This peak should however be "in short in many departments", according to Steven Testelin, forecaster in Météo France, and less hot air could arrive Thursday by the North West.
Météo France recommends watching over the elderly, people with chronic illness or mental health problems, people who regularly take medication, and isolated people.
Dehydration or a heat stroke (fever, hot skin, red and dry, headache, nausea) can also touch athletes and people who work outside.
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The Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region has experienced its hottest July since 1947. At France, July 2006 has remained warmer.
The driest July since 1958
, on the other hand, has known its driest July since the start of the measures, in August 1958, confirmed Météo France. Western Europe faced in July a historic drought and two waves of heat in just a month, during which ravaging forest fires like Gironde or now in Greece were triggered.
The Gironde prefecture has announced that the department would again be placed in red vigilance for a risk of fires, prohibiting the circulation of people and vehicles in the forest between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Access to forests is also strictly prohibited in Vaucluse, and in 4 of the 25 massifs of Bouches-du-Rhône. In the Jura, new water restrictions apply on Monday. The watering of lawns and all green space is prohibited, as is the filling of private pools, or washing vehicles.
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