temperature in France

Old Jun 6th, 2007, 11:22 AM
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temperature in France

Does anyone know what the weather is like in Paris and South of France in the first 2 weeks of September?
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 11:25 AM
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 11:29 AM
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Unpredictable
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 11:32 AM
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>anyone know
God knows
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 12:49 PM
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 12:52 PM
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avg temps:

Paris Sep hi 72 low 50

Nice hi 79 low 63

as these are monthly averages add a few degrees to the first of the month.

and perhaps add a few more due to Global warming!
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 12:54 PM
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We were there in the middle of September 2007 and it was screaming HOT (keeping in mind that I'm from Vancouver, where temperatures are fairly moderate all year). Definitely shorts & t-shirt weather, although we did get a few storms through and it cooled down quite a bit. Basically, pack for hot days and slightly cooler days, with some rain gear, and you should be okay.
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I wish someone would add a few more soon! Sitting here in sweater watching the rain wondering when I can get out and enjoy warm summer nights that last till 10.30 in June. At least we didn't get flooded, like some other parts of France last night.

All of this to say that I think logos999 is right - maybe God knows, but sure isn't telling.
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Carlux - you should be in Holland. Warm, but not especially sunny, but lovely in the evening. I have been outside until a few minutes ago, when it got too dark to see. Your rain is heading our way though - thunderstorms promised for tomorrow onwards.
But who knows what September will be like? Could be lovely could be really cold and wet. no way of knowing this far ahead. I'm hoping for a minor miracle the first week of September - dry, warm weather on the west coast of Scotland
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No one can tell you with any degree of certainty until about 3 days in advance - and then your chances are about 60/40.
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The Riviera is still beach weather in early Spetember (without the crowds). So for the South pack for summer beach weather. Bring jackets for evenings just in case and of course Paris could be cooler and could be super hot. As you can tell by all the sarcastic responses you just never know.
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 09:16 PM
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BikerScott, September 2007 hasn't even happened yet!
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Old Jun 6th, 2007, 10:16 PM
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Hi

It is always hard to predict the weather. But if you check http://www.weatherbase.com you can find weather stats for various places in France. This should give you an idea of what to expect.

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I was at a language school near Avignon at the end of August and beginning of September last year. For 3 days it was very warm but not unpleasant (short-sleeve weather but no AC needed). The last few days were overcast and a bit cooler. I was in Nice and then headed up to the mountains in the third week of September. Nice was tshirt weather (but again, not blazing hot) - and of course the mountains were a bit cooler. I think you need to anticipate the possibility of temperatures being in the high 20s or even low thirties celsius, but also the possibility that you'll get some overcast or even stormy weather and temperatures that call for a sweater or rain jacket.
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Oops, forgot to mention Paris. I've lived in Paris for the last two summers. Paris can be quite hot through September (sundress weather even), but it's not usually uncomfortably hot (the weather cools down in the evenings). It also rains with some frequency, but in short bursts.
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beaupeep - right you are - that was 2006 that I was in France - Sept 2007 will be Italy =^D
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hi, silvia,

in the second week of September 2006, in Toulouse it was VERY hot. The mountains were far nicer.

but this year could be completely different. chances of snow are however slim.

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