Snow, ice & flood warnings in France. 25 departments on orange alert.

L’alerte à la neige et au verglas étendue à la Nièvre et la Saône-et-Loire, 25 départements en vigilance orange

Quatorze départements sont en vigilance neige-verglas, et onze en vigilance aux inondations.

Fourteen departments on snow – ice warning, and eleven on flood alert.

Une route de la Loire sous la neige, le 26 janvier 2018, lors d\'une précédente vague de froid.

Une route de la Loire sous la neige, le 26 janvier 2018, lors d’une précédente vague de froid. (MAXPPP). On the road to the Loire, 26 January during the previous cold wave.

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La vague de froid continue de s’étendre, lundi 5 février. Météo France a placé deux nouveaux départements en vigilance orange à la neige et au verglas, lundi à 6 heures : la Nièvre et la Saône-et-Loire. Au total, 25 départements sont en vigilance, dont onze pour un risque d’inondation.

The cold wave continues. Today, 5 February Météo France has placed two new departments on Orange alert for snow and ice:  Nièvre (58) and Saône-et-Loire (71). (Bourgogne: Centre/East France). In total 25 departments are on alert, including eleven for risk of flooding.

Les quatorze départements en vigilance neige-verglas sont concentrés dans le centre-est de la France. Il s’agit de l’Ain, l’Allier, l’Ardèche, le Cantal, la Drôme, le Gard, l’Isère, la Loire, la Haute-Loire, la Lozère, la Nièvre, le Puy-de-Dôme, le Rhône et la Saône-et-Loire.

The fourteen departments on snow-ice alert are concentrated in the centre – east of France. They concern l’Ain (01), l’Allier (03), l’Ardèche (07), le Cantal (15), la Drôme (26), le Gard (30), l’Isère (38), la Loire (42), la Haute-Loire (43), la Lozère (48), la Nièvre (58), le Puy-de-Dôme (63), le Rhône (69) et la Saône-et-Loire (71). 

Des “conditions de circulation difficiles”. “Driving conditions difficult”

Onze départements de la région parisienne et de la moitié nord du pays sont concernés par la vigilance orange aux inondations : l’Aube, l’Eure, la Marne, Paris, la Seine-Maritime, la Seine-et-Marne, les Yvelines, les Hauts-de-Seine, la Seine-Saint-Denis, le Val-de-Marne et le Val-d’Oise.

Eleven departments in the Paris region and the northern part of France are affected by flooding orange alert:  l’Aube, l’Eure, la Marne, Paris, la Seine-Maritime, la Seine-et-Marne, les Yvelines, les Hauts-de-Seine, la Seine-Saint-Denis, le Val-de-Marne et le Val-d’Oise.

Météo France prévoit la fin de l’alerte à la neige et au verglas pour 22 heures, lundi. Cet épisode neigeux est considéré comme “non exceptionnel pour les régions concernées” mais “suffisamment notable pour rendre les conditions de circulation difficiles”.

Météo France expect the snow-ice alert to last until 22h00, today. The snow event is considered like a ” non-exceptional for the regions concerned” but ” sufficient to cause traffic disruptions”.

En Ardèche, “la circulation des véhicules de transports collectifs de voyageurs et de transports scolaires est interdite” dans tout le département, lundi, jusqu’à 19 heures, a annoncé le préfet. La Lozère et le Gard ont également annulé les transports scolaires, rapporte France Bleu. L’Isère et la Haute-Loire ont imposé des restrictions à la circulation des poids lourds.

In Ardeche (07) public transport and school busses are prohibited” across the department today, Monday, until 19h00, announced the head of police. In the Lozere (48) and the Gard (30) have also cancelled school transport, as reported by France Bleu radio. The Isere (38) and Haute-Loire (43) have restricted the movement of heavy goods vehicles.  

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