After an unstable weekend, with localized stormy precipitation in the west of the country, the week of June 12, 2023 promises to be equally turbulent. We are witnessing an overall maintenance of the conditions of the last few weeks, notes Cyril Bonnefoy, meteorologist. According to La Chaîne Météo’s “Trend at 4 weeks” bulletin, “the British Isles anticyclone will reinflate, bringing fine dry weather over a large northern half, while thunderstorms will be confined to the south, especially in the mountains and in the south. ‘countryside”.

After a stormy weekend for a large part of France, the precipitation will flow back to the south and south-east. The southern third will therefore retain a lasting storm recurrence. Conversely, the return of the northeast wind to the northern half will guarantee sunny and dry weather. Northern high pressures will be predominant, with a situation of superficial drought in the north-eastern regions, analyzes meteorologist Cyril Bonnefoy.

The temperatures will remain fairly homogeneous between the north and the south. Although they are set to drop from the west under the effect of the northeast wind, they will remain close to seasonal norms. The minimums will be around 15 and 16°C. The maximums will reach 28 and 29°C locally.

If the school holidays begin on July 8, 2023, some will take advantage of this beginning of June to go on vacation. What will the weather be like the week of June 12, 2023 in France? What days will there be thunderstorms where you live this week?

*The data provided is based on Météo-France forecasts on Friday June 9, 2023 at 4 p.m., for the week of June 12, 2023. This information is subject to change.