Offenbach (dpa / lrs) – thunderstorms, heavy rain and gale-force gusts – the new week in Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland could start with violent storms. As the German Weather Service (DWD) announced on Sunday, this should be accompanied by a slight cooling in both federal states.
After thunderstorms, thunderstorms, hurricane-like gusts and hail had already been forecast for Sunday evening and for the night of Monday, Monday starts off relatively calmly with changing cloud cover. In the afternoon and evening, however, showers and strong thunderstorms are likely to fall at temperatures between 21 and 28 degrees. It is said that between 30 and 40 liters per square meter could fall and gusts of wind at speeds of up to 75 kilometers per hour whipped over both states.
According to the DWD, Tuesday will not be significantly different. A mix of showers, strong thunderstorms and squalls should keep the people in Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate on their toes. The meteorologists assume that the temperatures will then be between 21 degrees in the Eifel and 27 degrees in the Vorderpfalz. In the night of Wednesday showers and thunderstorms should subside.
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