Weather in Germany: It remains sunny, Sahara dust colors the sky
A high pressure area promises us more sunny days this week. And then there is the Saharan dust that will show up over Germany from Monday. The sunrises and sunsets could be particularly beautiful now.
The temperatures remain very mild in many places with highs of 15 to 20 degrees, reported the German Weather Service (DWD) on Monday.
But the sky doesn’t turn bright blue everywhere. Especially in the south-east in the Danube valley, night fog can last well into the afternoon, it was said. In the course of the week, the fog also “caught” regions in the central low mountain ranges.
The fog then not only obscures the view, the temperatures are also noticeably cooler with values of four to seven degrees.
Weather: Sahara dust over Germany
But not only fog, also the Saharan dust, which reaches Germany with the south to south-westerly currents, can at least at times make the sky appear milky and cloudy. However, colorful sunrises and sunsets should be a positive side effect, according to DWD meteorologist Sebastian Schappert. Clouds are only to be expected in the far north. But it remains largely dry.
See in the video: In Düsseldorf, the public order office was active on Sunday, because in many places the good weather made it difficult to comply with the corona protective measures.