Late summer is currently giving it all again. According to meteorologists, however, cold autumn weather is already around the corner.
Kassel – The high pressure area “Hermelinde” is currently ensuring a sunny September * and giving Germany plenty of summer weather. While the summer months offered rather mixed weather *, September is much more pleasant. However, meteorologists do not give good forecasts for autumn.
In the course of September, according to experts from Wetter.de, temperatures should drop again as quickly as they rose. “The transition from September to October is undercooled,” predicts the weather forecast team from Wetter.de: “The temperatures are plummeting – including ground frost”.
Weather in Germany: change in Germany is imminent
The “Indian summer” is popularly the last nice weather phase in September. The mostly sunny and mild days are contrasted with cold nights and the first frost. In the next few days, Germany will face a change in the weather.
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In the 7-day weather forecast, meteorologist Alban Burster announces not only possible heavy rain but also thunderstorms. After the turnaround on Thursday (09.09.2021) there can be strong shows and thunderstorms everywhere in Germany on Friday (10.09.2021). The temperatures remain warm in summer. However, the various weather models do not yet agree on how the autumn weather will continue in the coming week.
Autumn weather in Germany – temperatures in the normal range
The American weather service NOAA publishes regular weather forecasts. Meteorologists had already drawn up the first weather forecasts for autumn and winter * in August. Accordingly, the temperatures in September and October in Germany should be in the normal range. According to meteorologist Dominik Jung, the fact that most of the past months have been too warm can mean that we perceive the autumn and winter months as too cold.
The qualified meteorologist also points out that weather forecasts should not be regarded as classic weather forecasts. According to Jung, forecasts are “monthly climatological trends”. This can be used to determine whether a month is too warm or too cold, too wet or too dry. In the end, however, one has to wait and see what will become of these weather trends. (Helena Gries) * hna.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.
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