Météo-France, as National Meteorological Service, is responsible for preserving the memory of the French climate. Météo-France's Climate Archives hold paper meteorological records collected by the French national meteorlogical services since 1878. Météo-France's Climate Archives are estimated at 7,5 linear kilometers. These archives are stored at 90 locations in France mainland and overseas territories (French Guyana, French Polynesia, French West Indies, New-Caledonia, Reunion Island, Saint-Pierre Miquelon).This data covers all the French territories from 1800. Records include terrestrial and upper air data. Catalogues and imaged documents are available on the new Météo-France website http://archives-climat.fr: 86000 archives records and 500 000 images. Update of catalogues every morning. Status on the 15 September 2022: 76% of the Météo-France's climate archives have been arranged and inventoried.