The next spell of showers will roll down from UK into France on Wednesday. A line of showers will impact northern France on Christmas Eve. For Paris, the weather activity will be mainly during afternoon and evening. Dry weather will be prominent over much of southern France. However, Mediterranean coastline will experience damp weather. The rainfall will only be light and last for only a few hours for any given location.
On Christmas day, there will be few showers lingering around Alsace, Lorraine and Champagne-Adrenne. The rain system affecting the British Isles will also have some impact over northern France. There are chances that Paris will also get few spells of shower, however, most of the Christmas day will be dry.
Apart from the dry weather, the temperatures will also be unseasonably high. In northern France, the maximum temperatures will be between 10°C to 13°C and in southern France, it will range between 11°C to 19°C.
Dry and mild weather will prevail throughout the weekend. Next week is likely to be stormy for much of France.
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