Storms accompanied by gusts of wind of up to 110 km / h particularly shook Calvados and Eure, placed in orange vigilance by Météo France on Sunday, as well as the Channel, Seine-Maritime, Orne, and the Sarthe.

The alert was lifted Monday morning.

“Last night after the storms, 7,000 homes were without electricity. In the evening, the maneuvering staff intervened until nightfall, bringing this number down to 5,000,” said Enedis.

Enedis specifies that “the biggest repairs must be done this morning” and that the most significant damage occurred in the Pays d’Auge, as well as in Pont-Audemer and Bernay, in Eure.