“From Sunday the weather will calm down,” said a meteorologist from the German Weather Service (DWD) in Essen on Saturday. In the south-west of the country it will be serene, in the north more dense clouds are to be expected. “It can still rain a little between the Teutoburg Forest and the Weser Uplands.” However, it mostly stays dry with temperatures between 13 and 16 degrees.
According to the DWD forecast, there will be plenty of sunshine from Monday. “In addition, it will be unusually mild for the time of year,” announced the meteorologist. On Monday, maximum values between 18 and 22 degrees are expected, on Tuesday the temperatures will rise to up to 25 degrees in the Rhineland and 22 degrees in Westphalia.
According to the DWD forecast, the 20-degree mark will also be cracked on Wednesday.