Weekend Reads: Le Temps Wednesday: cooler with many rains and wind by sea

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Météo France prévoit que mercredi, le temps sera venteux sur la Méditerranée et sur la façade atlantique et il sera mitigé sur le reste du territoire. Les pluies deviendront plus soutenues et orageuses en soirée sur le sud de la Garonne, surtout vers l'extrême sud-ouest où les cumuls pourraient devenir conséquents. © Valery Hache / AFP Météo France plans that Wednesday, the weather will be windy on the Mediterranean and on the Atlantic facade and it will be mixed on the rest of the territory. The rains will become more sustained and stormy in the evening in the south of the Garonne, especially towards the extreme southwest where the cumulation could become substantial.

The time will be windy on the Mediterranean and on the Atlantic facade, it will be mixed on the rest of the territory, forecasts on Météo-France on Wednesday. The PACA region and most of Languedoc-Roussillon will always benefit from good sunshine at the price of a western sector in North-West. The gusts will reach 60 to 70 km/h in the field of Mistral and Tramontane. Corsica, the western half of the island in particular, will be affected by showers throughout the day, these waves will be able to take a stormy character. The west wind will remain strong, it will reach 60 to 80 km/h on the west of the island, up to 100 to 110 on the caps.

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of the snow expected in the Alps in the evening

The clouds will cover the sky of the Jura to the Northern Alps, Burgundy-Franche-Comté, the Center-Val de Loire region, the rains will be temporarily supported, it will snow beyond 2,200m, 2,000m on the Alps in the evening. This precipitation will win at the end of the day towards Auvergne. The thinnings will be quite wide on the Grand-Est, some rare showers will be all the same in the afternoon. On the rest of the territory, the sky will be mixed, composing between thinning, rather shy and cloudy passages carrying showers, more frequent near the coasts of the Channel and the Basque Country. It will snow on the Pyrenees chain beyond 2500m.

The rains will become more sustained and stormy in the evening in the south of the Garonne, especially towards the extreme southwest where the cumulation could become substantial. The west wind will be sensitive on the Atlantic facade, reaching 60 to 80 km/h, temporarily up to 90 at midday. The minimum temperatures will be around 6 to 8 degrees from Hauts de France to the Grand-Est, between 10 and 15 on the Atlantic facade and the Côtes de Manche, between 15 and 17 on the Mediterranean coast, 9 and 13 on the rest from the country. From 14 to 16 degrees over the northern half of the country, from 17 to 19 in the south, up to 22 to 25 on the edges of the Mediterranean for the maximum.

Look up! You may get to see the northern lights tonight .
The sun is literally bursting with activity, which bodes well for those hoping to see the northern lights, particularly in the coming days. Our star goes through an 11-year cycle where activity waxes and wanes. The sun has just entered a period of increased activity, specifically in the form of sunspots.Right now, the sun is peppered with these dark, cooler regions on its bubbling surface. But these regions aren't just cooler; they're also more unstable. The sun isn't a solid mass like Earth. Instead, different parts of it rotate at different speeds.

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