Météo France has just placed Seine-et-Marne under an orange storm warning for tonight and Thursday morning. Violent storms with hail and gusts up to 62 miles/hour (100 km/h) are expected. Find the detailed forecasts and safety instructions for the park’s visitors.
Météo France has placed the department of Seine-et-Marne under orange storm alert as of Thursday, August 23 at 12:00 AM. This warning directly affects Disneyland Paris and the surrounding municipalities.
According to the forecasters, an active storm will cross the region from west to east between midnight and the morning. On the programme: hail, heavy rain (20 to 30 mm in a few hours), and wind gusts of between 80 and 100 km/h. Some gusts could even exceed 100 km/h locally! Some gusts could even exceed 100 km/h locally! The orange alert could continue on Thursday afternoon and evening with further intense thundery showers.
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Detailed Forecasts for Disneyland Paris
Thursday, August 24:
- Morning: 22°C (71°F), hail risk, 3 miles/hour wind, gusts at 37 miles/hour
- Afternoon: Rising to 26°C (79°F), steady wind at 12 miles/hour, identical gusts
- Evening: Slight drop to 25°C (77°F), wind decreasing to 6 miles/hour
- Night: Cool at 21°C (70°F), wind at 9 miles/hour
Friday, August 25:
- Morning: Potential storms, 19°C (66°F), wind at 9 miles/hour
- Afternoon: Clearing up to 22°C (72°F), constant wind
- Evening and Night: Clear sky at 20°C (68°F), wind at 9 miles/hour, clear night at 14°C (57°F), gentle breeze at 3 miles/hour
Safety Instructions for Disneyland Paris Visitors
Caution is advised for Disneyland Paris visitors during this storm event. Here are some guidelines to follow:
- Enter a closed building at the first signs of a storm
- Do not shelter under trees
- Avoid using phones and electrical devices
- Stay vigilant about the risks of flash flooding
- Adjust driving to weather conditions and reduced visibility
To monitor storm progress in real-time, remember to consult Météo France’s alert bulletins. The utmost caution is recommended until the end of this rain-storm episode.
Plan Your Visit Ahead!
- Communicate frequently with the park’s services about possible changes in attraction openings
- Prepare suitable clothing and arm yourself with protections against bad weather
- Absolutely avoid the park’s open spaces during storms.