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Awareness Reports - You can find detailed information about the warnings in the awareness reports issued for each area. Select the relevant area.

Ain
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Aisne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Allier
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Alpes Maritimes
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Ardèche
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Ardennes
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Ariège
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Aube
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Aveyron
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Calvados
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Cantal
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Charente
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Charente Maritime
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Cher
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Corrèze
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Côte d'Or
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Creuse
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Deux Sèvres
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Dordogne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Doubs
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Drôme
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Essonne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Eure
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Eure et Loir
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Gers
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Gironde
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Haute Garonne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Haute Loire
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Haute Marne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Haute Saône
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Haute Vienne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Hautes Pyrénées
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Ille et Vilaine
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Indre
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Indre et Loire
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Isère
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Jura
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Landes
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Loir et Cher
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Loire
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Loire Atlantique
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Loiret
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Lot
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Lot et Garonne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Lozère
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Maine et Loire
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Manche
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Marne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Mayenne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Meurthe et Moselle
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Meuse
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Morbihan
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Moselle
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Nièvre
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Nord
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Oise
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Orne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Paris et Petite Couronne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Pas de Calais
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Puy de Dôme
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Pyrénées Atlantiques
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Thunderstorms (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Rhône
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Saône et Loire
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Sarthe
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Seine et Marne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Seine Maritime
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Somme
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Tarn
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Tarn et Garonne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Territoire de Belfort
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Val d'Oise
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Vendée
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Vienne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Vosges
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Yellow)
Although rather usual in this region, locally or potentially dangerous phenomena are expected. (such as local winds, summer thunderstorms, rising streams or high waves)

Be aware and pay attention to the latest weather updates, especially if you carry out activities exposed to weather or close to a stream or shoreline. 
Yonne
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
Yvelines
Until 08.08.2020 05:00 CET
Extreme high temperature (Orange)
Each of us, even in good health, is threatened,, Danger is greater for elderly people, people with chronic illness or mental disease, people who regularly take medications, and isolated persons., Athletes and people who work outdoors should be careful of dehydration and heat stroke., Pay particular attention to children., Symptoms of heat stroke are: fever over 40 ° C, warm, red and dry skin, headache, nausea, drowsiness, increased thirst, confusion, convulsions and loss of consciousness.

call a doctor in case of faintness or behavioral problems., If you need help, ask the municipal services., If you know elderly, chronically ill or isolated persons in your surroundings, ask for their news or visit them twice a day. Accompany them in a cool place., During the day, close shutters, curtains and windows. , Ventilate at night, Use fans and/or air conditioning if available. Otherwise try to go into a cool or air-conditioned environment (supermarkets, cinemas ...) two to three hours a day. , Wet your body several times a day with an atomizer, a washcloth or taking showers or baths. , Drink plenty of water several times a day if you are an adult or a child, and about 1.5L of water a day if you are a senior. , Continue to eat normally., Do not go out during the hottest hours (11h-21h). , If you must go out, wear a hat and light clothes., Limit your physical activities., To learn more, visit http://www.sante.gouv.fr/ 
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