Company | The weather in Provence: a windy, cloudy and somewhat cool week

This week in Provence will be marked by the mistral, temperatures slightly below average and a sky divided between clouds and streaks of sunshine. Here is, in detail, the weather forecast for the week in our region.

This Monday, the sky will be cloudy in the afternoon. Some showers are even planned in Vaucluse.

Tuesday, beautiful clearings in the morning and the sun will dominate the blue in the afternoon. The clouds will return at the end of the day. Raindrops (without significant showers) are possible in the Rhône Valley, Camargue, Etang de Berre and Côte Bleue. And this at night.

A mistral peaking at 80 km/h on Tuesday afternoon

The mistral will blow all day. 40 to 60 km/h in the morning; in the afternoon, it will strengthen in the Calanques, the country of Aix, the Luberon or the Durance with peaks around 70 to 80 km/h. As for temperatures, the minimum will range between 9 and 12 °C inland and between 14 and 16 °C near the Mediterranean. The maximum, from 17 to 21°C (Rhône valley and on the coast).

Wednesday, in the morning, the sky will be cloudy. Then the azure will be shared between the clouds and the sun. The mistral will persist: from 40 to 50 km/h in the interior and up to 60 km/h on the coast. For “mercury”, it will be globally equivalent to the previous day for the lowest. On the other hand, the figures of the thermometer will be higher in the afternoon: from 22 to 24°C. This roughly corresponds to seasonal norms, specifies Météo-France, Aix branch.

Friday morning with low minimum temperatures

Thursday, heaven will be shared. It does not rain. The wind will blow by the sea in the morning. And in the afternoon, it will be weak throughout Provence. The maximum will drop compared to the previous day: from 20 to 22°C.

Friday, more sun than clouds for the day. The mistral should blow over the Rhône Valley, the Etang de Berre and the Côte Bleue, at 50 to 70 km/h. The minimum probably will not exceed 12°C and the maximum 21°C. A little breath of autumn freshness…

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