On the sky side, the summer of 2021 is far from having fulfilled all the expectations of locals and holidaymakers on the Saint-Dié side. For sun lovers eager to stock up on vitamin D and have a tanned complexion, their hopes could be “showered” in July and August. Just take a look at the data from Météo France, which has a station in Ban-de-Sapt, to realize this.
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What can we learn from it? July was the wettest month, with 166.6mm of precipitation (178% of the climatic normal) and 17 days with more than 1mm of precipitation. The month of August is less, with 78.9 mm of rain (94% of the climatic normal) and 15 days when the precipitation exceeded 1 mm.
As regards the duration of sunstroke, 210 hours were recorded in July by the Roville station and 163 hours in August. What if we look at mercury? Well it was cooler in August. Indeed, the average temperature observed in August (16.4 ° C, i.e. 0.4 ° C less than normal) is lower than that in July (17.8 ° C, i.e. 0.6 ° C higher than normal). We can say that we are making up for it at the beginning of September.