The time will continue on Tuesday, still to be largely sunny and hot in most parts of the country, according to the forecasts of Météo-France. The high clouds will cloud for a time in the sky of the North East for the day, and the Nord-Pas-de-Calais in the afternoon.

On the department of the Moors, up the Gers, and low clouds will be present at the levee of the day, but they will dissipate quickly. They persist, however, for a few more hours, on the landes coast. Finally, on the reliefs of the pyrenean and alpine, a few cumulus clouds will form. On the south side of the Alps, they will be able to flourish and develop rare showers.

Up to 30 degrees in the South-West

elsewhere in France, the time will be largely sunny. It will, at dawn of day, between 9 and 13 degrees to the north at 10 to 14 degrees in the south, up to 16 to 19 on the beaches of the Alpes-Maritimes.

The maximum will gain a few degrees on the coast of the English Channel with 21 to 24 degrees. On the northern half of the thermometer gravitera between 21/23 degrees in Alsace, at 23 to 27 degrees. On the south, the mercury will oscillate between 24 and 29 degrees, up to 30, locally, in the South-West and in the low valley of the Rhone.