Many mountain peaks in Germany are already covered with snow. But now the temperatures are up again, predict several weather experts.
Munich – frost and snow in the mountains – is winter here in Germany? No, appearances are deceptive! We can still look forward to warm temperatures.
This is revealed by graduate meteorologist Alban Burstner von wetter.com: “It is clear that in the coming week we will have anything but wintry weather conditions. A powerful southwest pump brings warm air from Spain to us, which causes the temperatures to rise to over 20 degrees. And if we look further ahead at the turn of the month, we currently see no onset of winter either. “
Weather: Mild Atlantic air comes to Germany
The expert continues: “The weather situation at the end of October and the beginning of November will be very similar: between a high pressure area south and a low pressure area north of us, we continue to tap mild air from the Atlantic. This is also confirmed by the European ECMWF model, which currently calculates November too mildly. “
Despite the cool past few days, many outdoor activities are still possible in Germany. “On the front of a large storm in the Atlantic, very warm air comes to us. At the start of the week, the temperatures are between 13 degrees on the Baltic Sea and 19 degrees in the southwest, ”says Burstner.
Weather in Germany: 20 to 24 degrees – summer temperatures in October
And it gets even better: “Then it goes uphill with peaks of over 20 degrees in the south and east of the country. In the northwest it is not quite as warm and much more changeable. From Thursday it will probably be over with the summer interlude. Stormy gusts are approaching, but how strong these will be is not yet clear. “
on wetter.de The experts even predict “23 to 24 degrees locally in the south and east” on Wednesday. On Friday it should be ten degrees colder. According to the site, the chances of a new high at the weekend are “not bad”.
20 to 24 degrees – that sounds like a golden October! (cg)
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