Oh what a pity: on the holiday (Thursday is Father's Day!) The corn summer is running out of steam: Weather.com reports that Germany will hit an Icelandic low from the middle of the week, bringing storms and storms.
With numerous clouds and occasional downpours it pulls on Thursday over the west inland. There is not much left over from the summer of summer, especially since the temperatures behind the front sink into the cellar.
The maximum values come to a standstill at 12 to 17 degrees. In the eastern half, it gets really warm again at 22 to 27 degrees Celsius, but the weather is threatening. In addition to local downpours and hail, thunderstorm cells can also bring gusts of wind up to 100 km / h of wind gusts. Pretty unpleasant prospects so for all men's day trippers.
The areas in which severe weather is threatening are shown in the web app Windy. On a satellite map, you can see detailed wind, temperature, and weather forecasts for Germany and the rest of the world.
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