Cool en Creuse
For some weeks now I've been looking at the meteo on TF1 via the internet, since I don't have TV, and I've noticed that very frequently the Creuse is in a cold spot, with higher temperatures to the N, S, E and W of us. It seems rather strange since we aren't particularly high up here.
Actually, it's not easy to judge exactly whereabouts on the map this cool spot is centred, and it probably moves around a bit, but it seems to be more in the Correze than the Creuse. However, as I'm in the south of the Creuse, I'm sure it covers where I am.
I wonder if anyone can explain this phenomenom?
Maybe it's just my luck that I've chosen to live in a cold spot, or maybe it's even a good thing not live where it gets too hot.