Weather: Storm Géraldine – Forecasts and impacts in Paris and Île-de-France

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Anticipation of storm Géraldine: Precautions in Île-de-France

The end of 2023 and the start of the next one will be marked by the presence of bad weather in the Paris region, where there is a yellow level alert. Squalls accompanied by precipitation are the main components of this weather alert.

A new depression after Gerrit

Storm Géraldine, succeeding the previous one named Gerrit, imposes its climatic imprint on Europe with an anticipated passage over France in the night transition from Saturday December 30 to Sunday December 31. The capital and its adjacent departments are affected by a yellow pre-alert for risks of violent winds from the start of this last day of the year.

Overview of expected weather conditions

In Paris, on New Year’s Eve, moderate southerly winds are forecast, with gusts reaching 65 km/h in the middle of the night. The situation should persist until the next day, with the amplification of a stronger southwesterly wind. Gusts of the same magnitude are expected during the afternoon.

Despite this, conditions in Paris look less extreme than on the coast of Brittany or along the Channel.

Precipitation and gusts to start 2024

  • Rain is expected during the first week of January.
  • Winds will be strong on Tuesday, January 2 with gusts expected up to 75 km/h.
  • Cumulative rainfall could amount to 7 mm in the morning and 6 mm in the afternoon.

Temperatures above seasonal average

Temperatures should remain relatively mild, maintained above 10 degrees Celsius.

Stay informed of the evolving situation and cautionary advice with regular weather reports and local news platforms such as “Mon Actu”.

NB: Weather information is subject to change, and it is recommended to follow updates regularly to stay well informed.

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