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Essen (dpa / lrs) – The Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarlanders have to be prepared for cold, wet weather on Thursday. The German Meteorological Service (DWD) expects rain, drizzle and snow pebbles at high altitudes from the afternoon. The maximum temperatures are between one and five degrees. The sky remains very cloudy all day. In the night of Friday the temperatures slide to minus two degrees. Frostbite and smoothness can occur locally as a result of over-freezing moisture.
According to the DWD, Friday is still foggy and cloudy. A little rain is possible here and there. Snow could also fall above 400 to 500 meters. The maximum values are between three and six degrees. According to the DWD, there are sometimes strong gusts in the Eifel during the day. The weather at the weekend hardly changes.
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