Weather: Warm winds, a mild heat wave, a Mediterranean period… What ex-Hurricane Danielle could cause this weekend

Weather: Warm winds, a mild heat wave, a Mediterranean period… What ex-Hurricane Danielle could cause this weekend


Being a storm again, Danielle will come closer to the coast in the form of a depression. But its characteristics will cause very uncomfortable and very hot weather for the weekend.

After being downgraded to a storm on Thursday, ex-cyclone Danielle will lose its tropical characteristics before this Saturday and will settle near the coasts of Portugal, Spain and France in the form of a high depression.

Classic in its level, of course, but with the abundance of hot air that continued on the way, Danielle will have a wonderful result on the weather forecast for the weekend and the beginning of next week in France.

Therefore, the “warm plume” will touch the land found between Danielle and the rise of hot air from North Africa. Therefore, Danielle will act as a “heat pump” by bringing strong winds that will spread across the country, causing favorable conditions for wildfires to reoccur.

The temperature will rise significantly. They will be very high for the season with peaks in the south up to 36 ° C and even up to 37 ° C in the center of the country. It will be up to 30°C in Brittany. Except for the month of September. This severe weather should begin this Sunday, September 11 and continue until Tuesday, September 13

However, with the nights being long at this time of year, a heat wave should not be triggered during the next few days.

The peak of this period is expected this Monday, September 12. A few places will be spared and the temperature records for the month of September may fall.

Remnants of the hurricane #Danielle it will mix with the cold weather that was there before and settle in the north of Portugal from Sunday.
The Omega pattern is confirmed by a seasonal heat wave. pic.twitter.com/mdcQqiEeU3

– Keraunos (@KeraunosObs) September 8, 2022

From Tuesday, or even Monday, rain-storm damage will take over from this mini-heat wave and uncertainty about its magnitude. A Mediterranean session cannot be ruled out next week.