Weather: After the “Ice Age” in Germany – Munich expects T-shirt temperatures – and it gets even warmer

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 The  weather in Germany recently showed its wintry side – but that’s over now. For the weekend, Munich expects a spring awakening.

Weather: After the “Ice Age” in Germany – Munich expects pure spring for the weekend

Update from February 16, 1 p.m .: In and around Munich there is still little evidence of what is happening in the coming days. But it seems certain: a first spring awakening is heralding for the weekend. Like the weather portal wetter.com predicts, temperatures will rise steadily in Munich in the coming days. © www.de24.news The n, next Saturday and Sunday, the thermometer should reach spring-like values.

On Saturday, February 21, it should be very mild at twelve degrees. © www.de24.news

 The n, on Sunday, the values ​​rise to up to 15 degrees in bright sunshine. © www.de24.news

 The  weather portal even goes one step further for the start of the new week. If the prognoses come true, the Isar metropolis should warm up to 17 degrees in sunshine.

Update from February 16, 8:09 a.m.: © www.de24.news

 The  German Weather Service has issued a warning of black ice for the entire Free State. © www.de24.news

 The  DWD warning card for Germany is therefore almost completely colored orange, and Munich is also affected. “Due to freezing rain or drizzle, black ice must be expected locally,” it says. © www.de24.news

 The  warning is valid until Tuesday, ten o’clock.

That is why the DWD also warns: “ATTENTION! © www.de24.news

 The re are severe disabilities in road and rail traffic. Avoid driving! “

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 The  DWD warns of black ice in Bavaria.

© Screenshot DWD

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 The re is a danger to life”: a telling video shows how many people in Munich react to the weather

Update from February 15, 4:44 p.m.: Actually, the reference is quite clear. “Entering the ice surface is prohibited, there is a risk to life”, it says on a sign that the administration of the English Garden has also put up at the Kleinhesseloher See. Quite a few people from Munich, however, “overlooked” it.

At around 4 p.m., the area is teeming with busy ice hockey players and skaters, as our editor’s video shows.

© www.de24.news

 The  temperature in the state capital is currently already two degrees. © www.de24.news

 The  already critical ice density is likely to decrease further if the temperatures climb up to eleven degrees tomorrow.

Weather: West in Germany still in the “red area” – the situation in Munich is easing

Update from February 15, 3:48 p.m .: © www.de24.news

 The  weather on this Monday in Germany is still tense in parts of the country. © www.de24.news

 The  entire west is still in the “red area” of the German Weather Service. © www.de24.news

 The  following still applies here: Motorists in particular must exercise caution, because black ice is widespread due to freezing rain or drizzling rain. In the meantime, the situation in and around Munich has eased. Nevertheless, there is still a weather warning of frost, which will regain the upper hand on Tuesday night. Nevertheless the temperatures cannot be compared with those of the past few days. © www.de24.news

 The  thermometer only drops to minus two degrees.

Update from February 15, 9.27 a.m.: Last week’s severe frost just barely made it into the new week. In Munich it was minus nine degrees in the early morning that the thermometer reached. But the severe winter is – for the time being – over. Today, Monday, the temperatures will rise to five degrees during the day. At night, the values ​​remain above zero degrees.

Weather: West Germany in the “red area” – Munich in severe frost

Nevertheless, a warning from the German Weather Service (DWD) still applies. Until 10 a.m. in and around Munich there is a warning of severe frost. © www.de24.news

 The  situation is completely different in the rest of Germany. © www.de24.news

 The  entire west of the country is in the “red area” of the DWD. Drivers need to be particularly careful here: Black ice is widespread due to freezing rain or drizzle. From the early hours on from the west precipitation. At the beginning, these sometimes fall as snow, but quickly turn into rain. As a result, black ice is widespread on the frozen ground. © www.de24.news

 The  DWD warns in western Germany: “© www.de24.news

 The re are severe disabilities in road and rail traffic. Avoid Driving! Stay in the house! “

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 The  threat from the west is unlikely to occur in Munich, according to the current forecasts of the DWD. Only on Tuesday will there be precipitation in the Isar metropolis, but – as of now – this should not bring “freezing rain” with it. © www.de24.news

 The re are currently warnings throughout Germany. © www.de24.news

 The  south is affected by frost, as is the center and north of the country. In the east, too, the DWD warns of “severe frost”.

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 The  DWD Warn Card.

© Screenshot: German Weather Service

First report from February 14, 2021

Munich – For days there has been an “ice age” in Germany. © www.de24.news

 The re was permafrost in the whole country, especially at night the temperatures dropped to minus 20 degrees. © www.de24.news

 The  weekend then gave many the perfect “winter wonderland”. © www.de24.news

 The  sun was shining in Munich too, and many people were drawn to the outdoors. But how long will the winter weather last? This will probably be over by next week.

Weather in Germany: radical change – dangerous freezing rain is coming

Like graduate meteorologist Dominik Jung von wetter.net explains, a new weather front will move to Germany as early as Monday morning, which is tough. © www.de24.news

 The n “freezing rain” comes from the west to the middle of the country, the temperatures rise significantly everywhere.

A similar picture emerges in and around Munich *, although the impending freezing rain is not to be expected here until Tuesday. This phenomenon is particularly dangerous for motorists, as roads then turn into real slide slopes. © www.de24.news

 The  freezing cold stays in the Isar metropolis for one night, but temperatures rise rapidly at the beginning of the week. During the nights, the website’s forecasts decrease wetter.com According to the temperatures no longer below zero degrees. But especially during the day you expect almost spring-like values ​​in Munich. For next Thursday, February 18, one currently expects up to 13 degrees – plus mind you. This would be an increase of up to 20 degrees compared to the previous week – if you consider the peak values ​​of minus eight degrees in and around Munich during the day.

Weather: Radical rise in temperature to be expected – but initially the DWD warns

As the expert Jung further explains, significantly milder temperatures are expected throughout Germany for the coming weekend. Especially in the southwest, with a forecast of 15 degrees, you can undoubtedly speak of a first spring breeze. Until then, the German Weather Service has issued official weather warnings for the whole of Bavaria and large parts of Germany on Sunday evening. Frost occurs between -10 ° C and -15 ° C. In valley and basin areas, the temperatures drop to values ​​as low as -20 ° C. *tz.de is part of the Ippen-Digital network

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 The  German Weather Service warns of severe frost.

© Screenshot: German Weather Service

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