The first half of 2020 was the hottest on record in France

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During the heat wave in France, June 25, 2020. – NICOLAS MESSYASZ

A new record for the thermometer. The first half of 2020 was the hottest on record in France, Météo-France reported on Tuesday. The
national average temperature was 12.5 ° C over this period.

This average is slightly ahead of that of the first half of 2007 (12.4 ° C) and the first half of 2014 (12.1 ° C). “The average temperature anomaly for the first half of the year is +1.8 ° C,” the organization said on its website.

Also according to Météo-France, the months of January, February and April experienced the strongest temperature anomalies. Particularly February, which was particularly mild with an anomaly of +3.6 ° C. Conversely, June had nothing remarkable, with an average temperature close to normal.

The record in Corsica

Geographically, the central part of the country has been the most affected by this warming. Orly and Brive (+ 2.4 ° C), but also Lyon, Chartres and Tours (+ 2.3 ° C), Clermont-Ferrand, Poitiers, Laval (+ 2.2 ° C) are examples. Knowing that the peak was observed at Alistro, in Corsica (15.9 ° C on average, + 2.9 ° C).



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