During the night of Tuesday June 20, 2023, violent storms, sometimes accompanied by hail and strong gusts, will circulate on an axis going from the South-West to Auvergne. The restless weather will continue throughout the night. After a morning lull on Wednesday, despite some showers from the South-West to Alsace-Lorraine and more locally in Brittany, instability will once again increase from the South-West. The stormy episode will therefore continue according to Météo France.

On Wednesday morning, temperatures will be between 14 and 20°C from north to south and up to 22°C in Languedoc-Roussillon. In the South-East, peaks can reach 32 to 35 degrees, and up to 35 to 40 degrees on the western facade of southern Corsica. On the rest of the territory, the maximum will be between 20 and 30°C.

According to Météo France, a stormy body coming from Spain will set up in the afternoon in New Aquitaine and will extend in the evening to the Centre-Val de Loire and Burgundy. In all these regions, thunderstorms, heavy rainfall, hailstorms and strong gusts are expected. During the night, the bad weather will continue to spread towards the North-East, also affecting the Paris region and the Grand Est region.

Find out in our slideshow below which departments are on thunderstorm vigilance overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday and then during the day on Wednesday.

*The data provided is based on Météo-France forecasts for Tuesday June 20, 2023 at 4 p.m., for Wednesday June 21, 2023. This information is subject to change.