At the turn of the month, the weather in Germany shows all facets: Cold polar air alternates with October warmth – especially in Hesse it gets hot.
Offenbach – The weather * is going crazy again in Hesse at the end of September. According to the forecast *, changing winds bring us everything from polar air to record-breaking autumn heat. Especially on the day of German reunification, it should be unusually summery, as the qualified meteorologist Dominik Jung * told wetter.net.
Initially, however, the temperature will go down. Cold air masses from the north will cool you down on Wednesday (09/29/2021), but will reach their lowest values on Thursday (09/30/2021) with 12 to 17 degrees Celsius. In the mornings, the ground can even freeze. The madness of the current autumn weather situation * will be announced as early as Friday (October 1st, 2021) when the degrees climb up again. While we still have to reckon with maximum values of around 20 degrees Celsius on the weekend, on Sunday (October 3rd, 2021) there will suddenly be temperatures of 28 degrees Celsius.
Crazy autumn weather: Up to 28 degrees in Hessen
Anyone who has forged excursion plans on the Day of German Unity can look forward to a pleasant late summer heat. While temperatures between 25 and 27 degrees Celsius * are to be expected throughout Germany, the weather situation in and around Hesse is special: on the Rhine it could even be 28 degrees Celsius, just two degrees less than the heat record for the beginning of October, like Dominik Jung says. The temperatures for the next few days at a glance:
|Wednesday, 09/29/2021||17 to 22 degrees Celsius|
|Thursday, 09/30/2021||14 to 18 degrees Celsius|
|Friday, October 1st, 2021||12 to 17 degrees Celsius|
|Saturday, October 2nd, 2021||14 to 20 degrees Celsius|
|Sunday, October 3rd, 2021||15 to 19 degrees Celsius|
|Monday, October 4th, 2021||13 to 19 degrees Celsius|
Weather at the turn of the month: heavy rain passes Hessen
The separate view of Hessen is also worthwhile when it comes to rain * and showers on Wednesday evening. While it is expected to rain heavily from north to south Germany, the state remains spared. After the heat at the weekend, the weather then continues to change, although it is not yet clear whether the high temperatures will hold up or not. According to the qualified meteorologist Dominik Jung from the weather service Q.met, it could even get so far in the first third of October that the values do not exceed 10 degrees Celsius. So it remains exciting.
While we are currently facing the late summer heat, the question arises as to how the weather will be in Germany in winter. A first trend is already emerging. (vbu) * op-online.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.
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