Forty-three provinces in France were hit by strong winds and issued orange warnings.

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 Forty-three provinces in France were hit by strong winds and issued orange warnings.


(Source: The Parisian)

Overseas Network, March 4, according to the French Meteorological Departments forecast, from the evening of 3 to 4, strong winds will hit France, especially in the northern part of the country, 43 provinces are on orange alert.

According to the forecast made by the French Meteorological Observatory at 22 p.m. local time on the 3rd day, the storm may last for more than 10 hours, with wind speeds reaching 100 kilometers per hour in inland areas; from Molbyon Province in Brittany to Wangdai Province in the Loire River area, wind speeds are expected to reach 130 kilometers per hour; in other Northern areas, wind speeds are 70 to 80 kilometers per hour; and in coastal areas, wind speeds range from 100 to 110 kilometers per hour. Km.

Forty-three orange warning provinces include Paris, Upper Sena, Sena-San Daniel, Man Valley, Esson, Watts Valley, Sena-Man and Evelyn.

Other early warning provinces include Ena, Aden, Obu, Kodor, Du, Er, Er-Luwa, Jura, Loire, Man, Upper Man, Mert-Mosell, Merz, Mosell, Nevler, Nor, Watts, Calais, Lower Rhine, Upper Rhine, Upper Sorn, Sorn-Loire, etc. Coastal Sena, Som, Furi, Yoanne, Shell, Ander, Ander-Loire, Lova-Shell, Loire-Atlantic, Mann-Loire, Molbyon, Wandai and Belfurt. The French Meteorological Department warned that such storms may occur three to four times a year, which requires special vigilance. According to legal media reports, strong storms over the years have caused buildings and trees to collapse, large-scale disruption of traffic and electricity, floods in coastal areas and even injuries and disappearances of people. Source of this article: Author of Overseas Network: Liable Editor of Lu Jia: Pan Qingqing_NBJS5830

Other early warning provinces include Ena, Aden, Obu, Kodor, Du, Er, Er-Luwa, Jura, Loire, Man, Upper Man, Mert-Mosell, Merz, Mosell, Nevler, Nor, Watts, Calais, Lower Rhine, Upper Rhine, Upper Sorn, Sorn-Loire, etc. Coastal Sena, Som, Furi, Yoanne, Shell, Ander, Ander-Loire, Lova-Shell, Loire-Atlantic, Mann-Loire, Molbyon, Wandai and Belfurt.

The French Meteorological Department warned that such storms may occur three to four times a year, which requires special vigilance. According to legal media reports, strong storms over the years have caused buildings and trees to collapse, large-scale disruption of traffic and electricity, floods in coastal areas and even injuries and disappearances of people.