NewsDeep "Peggy" brings changeable week with rain

Deep "Peggy" brings changeable week with rain

Created: 09/04/2022, 12:45 p.m

Deep “Peggy” announces itself. © Karl-Josef Hildenbrand/dpa

Showers and thunderstorms are forecast. And in the second half of the week it should be cooler.

Offenbach – The coming week will finally not be quite so dry. Because low “Peggy” shovels warm, humid and thunderstorm-prone air from the southwest to Germany, as reported by the German Weather Service (DWD) in Offenbach.

“On the one hand, this means that the temperatures, apart from the north-east, are still summery to midsummer, at least in the first half of the week with values between 25 and 30 degrees,” said meteorologist Martin Jonas. “On the other hand, showers and thunderstorms are expected to form in the aforementioned warm, humid air from Tuesday, with heavy rain also being an issue.”

According to Jonas, it is not yet clear where exactly you have to prepare yourself for this: “Unfortunately, it is still difficult – because of the differences between the various forecast models – to work out the focal points of the rainfall.” In the second half of the week it should also be cooler. The forecast models only show maximum values of up to 24 degrees for Thursday. dpa

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