Saturday morning, under a very cloudy sky some residual showers will extend from Franche-Comté to Rhône-Alpes, from the south of the Auvergne to Roussillon and Midi-Pyrenees.
During the day, the air will become more variable from the Rhone valley to the southwest with the return of fine open spaces in the plains. The clouds will be more threatening to the masses.
Locally lingering and stormy showers will break out again on the Corsican mountain, on the alpine massif to the interior of PACA and to a lesser extent on the Cevennes. Stormy floods isolated towards the Provençal coast are not excluded. The risk of rain showers will be lower in the eastern part of the Pyrenees.
From Brittany to the Hauts-de-France, the morning will often be gray, wet on the canal coast, but the afternoon will continue under an alternation of open spaces and clouds .
Throughout the rest of the country, a beautiful sunny day.
The early morning looks a bit chilly above the northwest half with 8 to 11 degrees inland. Elsewhere the minimum temperatures will be between 12 and 16 degrees, between 18 and 21 in the Rhone Valley and along the Mediterranean Sea.
Maximum temperatures reach 22 to 26 degrees north of the Loire to the Belgian border, locally from 19 to 21 on the coast of the English Channel. It will be 25 to 29 degrees on the rest of the country to 30 to 32 on the Languedoc, Provence and Corsica.