Drought, heat wave, storms… In recent years, meteorological phenomena have increased, generally mixing with meteorological information. Faced with this, the television channels France 2 and France 3 have decided to completely change their weather forecasts to adapt them to this new reality.

This new program, which premiered on Monday, March 13, is called the Weather and Climate Diary. As the France Télévisions group explains to our colleagues from Actu.fr, it is an “enriched weather report: figures, analyzes and reports on the climate crisis”.

The usual bulletins of 8:40 p.m. on France 2 and 9 p.m. on France 3 will therefore now be replaced by this new format which will last a little longer since it will be extended by 1 minute 30 for channel 2 and 2 minutes for channel 3. .

“There will always be the usual forecasts of course, but we are going to put this weather in a context of climate change, we are going to give keys to understanding, scientific data, or even interviews”, explained the weather journalist from France 2 yesterday. , Anaïs Baydemir, on the set of the 1 p.m. newspaper.

During the weather and climate diary, viewers will now be able to directly ask their questions with the

A new weather report rooted in its time, but also in contemporary issues related to climate change.