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Offenbach (dpa / lrs) – After heavy rains in parts of Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland, the German Weather Service (DWD) warns again of storms. From noon onwards, there can be showers and thunderstorms again, as the DWD announced on Tuesday morning. Locally, 35 liters of rain can fall per square meter, and hailstones can reach a size of around two centimeters. Squalls can sweep across the country at speeds of up to 85 kilometers per hour. The maximum values on Tuesday are 22 to 25 degrees, in the higher mountains around 20 degrees.
In the night of Wednesday showers and thunderstorms usually subside. In the north and west, however, thunderstorms with heavy rain cannot be ruled out. The temperatures drop to 15 to 10 degrees. On Wednesday, the people in Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland have to be prepared for more rain and thunder. Heavy rain is also possible at maximum temperatures between 19 and 24 degrees, in the higher mountains around 18 degrees.
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