Tag Archives: sécheresse

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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Signs of Autumn and Weather Update September 2011

Despite the unseasonably hot weather and the persistent drought down here, there are signs that autumn is here: There’s a perceptible nip in the air in the morning, sometimes accompanied by skeins of mist over the valley below. The swimming … Continue reading

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Weather in southwest France: May-June 2011 update

Since we were in Corsica at the beginning of June I didn’t get round to doing the weather post for May. So now I’m going to treat you to a bumper edition for two months – May and June. Every … Continue reading

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