High pressure building over the Atlantic Ocean to the west of France will bring largely dry and seasonable weather to much of the country through the middle of the week.
The exception will be across northeast France where a frontal boundary will cause a few showers from Wednesday into Thursday.
Locations that can see a few brief showers include Paris, Amiens, Reims and Nancy. While much of the day will be dry a few 15-minute showers are expected, so an umbrella may be necessary.
Central and southern France will enjoy an extended period of dry weather from Tuesday through Thursday with high pressure in control. Afternoons will feature temperatures of 10-14 degrees in central France with high temperatures of 14-18 degrees in the south.
Temperatures will be several degrees warmer across all of France on Thursday with partly to mostly sunny skies.
Dry weather and seasonable temperatures are expected across the country on Friday as high pressure remains in control.