Météo France placed ten departments in northeastern France this Thursday morning on orange vigilance for a risk of heavy snowfall.
The departments concerned are: Meuse, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Moselle, Vosges, Bas-Rhin, Haut-Rhin, Marne, Ardennes, North, Aisne.
Snowfall will generalize and intensify
“On this Thursday morning, with temperatures dropping from the north, snowfall will occur near the Belgian, Luxembourg and German borders,” forecasters indicate.
This snowfall will become widespread and intensify over the hours in these departments placed in orange vigilance. They promise to be long-lasting (persisting until Friday morning on the way to the south of the Vosges) and notable.
The expected accumulations are most often of the order of 7 to 15 cm, locally 20 cm perhaps more in the south of Alsace.
Around Strasbourg and northern Alsace, the quantities will be lower, rather around 3 to 7 centimeters. In the north and the northern part of the Aisne, the quantities forecast are around 5 cm to occasionally 10 cm.
“The situation in certain neighboring departments in yellow vigilance such as the north of Haute-Saône and Doubs may change during the day: they will be affected by this episode, but to a lesser extent.”
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