Tag Archives: Météo

Southwest France Weather October 2013

The clocks went back last weekend and now it’s dark by 6.00 pm. Instead of taking an apéritif on a bench in the setting sun, we now sit by the wood burner. The squirrels are vying with us to harvest … Continue reading

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Snowed In – Again

All those people who think that, because we live in the south of France we must enjoy balmy weather all year round, please study the photo above carefully. This is how it was around 10h00 today. It didn’t stop all … Continue reading

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O Wild (South) Wind – or le Vent d’Autan

For the past three days we have endured the strongest wind from the south that I think we have ever experienced here. Like the fact that it can be minus 15C in the winter, no one tells you about the … Continue reading

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Monthly Météo October 2011

Today is Toussaint – All Saints’ Day. There’s a saying in French, ‘Un vrai temps de Toussaint’ (typical Toussaint weather). This means that it’s grey, rainy and cold. Today is living up to its reputation and autumn has arrived at last, … Continue reading

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