Heat wave: The temperatures will be very high in Toulouse as in Dubai, this afternoon and Saturday

Heat wave: The temperatures will be very high in Toulouse as in Dubai, this afternoon and Saturday

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The heat wave currently raging in France is causing unprecedented temperatures for the month of June. They reach the level of the Gulf countries. The comparison is disturbing.

On Friday and Saturday, extreme temperatures will reach an exceptional level in France. 40°C must be exceeded in Toulouse, Montpellier or Bordeaux. It’s the first time it’s been so hot so early in the year in mainland France. Many records will be broken.

These temperatures have nothing to envy to the extremes observed in the UAE or India, as noted weather channel. In Toulouse, Montpellier or Bordeaux, the forecast of 41°C matches today’s expected temperature levels in Dubai. And in Nantes, the temperature will be 39 degrees Celsius just as it is in New Delhi in India. In Marseille and Paris, the thermometer should display 35°C, which is the same temperature as Cairo in Egypt or Gafsa in Tunisia.

Brest or Dijon will experience unprecedented temperatures this weekend: 34°C. This temperature is found in Bangkok, Thailand. Lille will also see very hot temperatures, the equivalent of Marrakesh in Morocco: 33 degrees Celsius. Strasbourg, accustomed to a continental climate, will spend the afternoon with 31 degrees Celsius. This is the forecast temperature for Friday in Seville, Spain.

1 p.m., according to records sky weatherit was already 37.1°C in Nîmes, 36.8°C in Perpignan, 36.6°C in Montpellier, 35.4°C in Carcassonne, 34.7°C in Millau, 34.2°C in Toulouse-Blagnac, Albi and Auch, 33.5°C in Saint-Girons (Ariège), 33 °C in Montauban, 32 °C in Tarbes, 31.5 °C in Gourdon (Lot) and 30.8 °C in Rodez.

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Météo France has put 12 provinces on high alert, a relatively rare situation, due to the high temperatures expected through the end of the week.

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