WEATHER Gusts could reach “100 to 120 km/h” on the coasts
A windsock — ROMAIN DOUCELIN/SIPA
The next few hours will be very windy over half of the time. northwest of France, classified as yellow vigilance. In any case, this is what Météo-France predicts in its published bulletin. online this Wednesday, which warns of possible large gusts which could reach, tonight, from “100 to 100 m. 120 km/h on the shores of the Loire-Atlantique at agrave; the tip of Brittany and the Cotentin then on all the coasts of the Channel”. Inland, the wind could blow between 70 and 90 km/h, sometimes up to 60 km/h. 100, specifies M&étéo-France.
#Bretagne #Morbihan #Quiberon #Pluie et fortes #rafales (déjà 121 km/h à #BelleÎle) sur le littoral breton ce mercredi en attendant le fort coup de vent de ce soir (100-120 km/h). Le mer devient très forte à grosse ! (creux de 6 à 8 m) pic.twitter.com/p87K3ABM2x
— Sébastien DECAUX (@SebDecaux) November 16, 2022
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Consequently, at Nantes (Loire-Atlantique), restrictions are put in place from the end of the day on the ring road, on the bridge of Cheviré, particularly exposed in the wind. Vehicles with a height greater than 2 meters, but also caravans, trailers, or motorized two-wheelers will be prohibited from driving in both directions, from 5 p.m. 1 a.m. In Brest, traffic is limited to 70 km/h on the Iroise bridge until Thursday morning, 9 a.m.