NewsRising temperatures and no rain in sight

Rising temperatures and no rain in sight

Created: 08/07/2022 10:52 am

Sonnenblumen in Leipzig
Sunflowers bloom in a field on the outskirts of Leipzig. © Sebastian Willnow/dpa

Summer is firmly established in Germany. Temperatures will rise over the next few days, and there is hardly any precipitation in sight.

Offenbach – High “Oscar” brings high summer temperatures again at the start of the week, sometimes exceeding 30 degrees. “Much more serious, however, is the fact that with the high pressure weather to be expected, not a drop of rain will fall again,” said the German Weather Service in Offenbach on Sunday.

Even with the forecasts for the coming days, no significant precipitation is in sight. Not only will agriculture continue to suffer from the ongoing drought, the risk of forest fires will also increase again in the coming week.

At the start of the week, the meteorologists only see more compact cloud fields in the north and east, but it will not rain. In the north, the temperatures climb to a maximum of 25 degrees, otherwise they are between 24 and 30 degrees. According to the DWD, there is a similar picture only with slightly higher temperatures on Tuesday. In the north and east there will be some cumulus clouds during the day, but it will remain dry everywhere. Directly at the lake the temperatures are 23 degrees, otherwise they climb to 25 to 32 degrees. It will be warmest in the west and south-west.

In the coming days, there is hardly any movement in the weather to be expected. The air could continue to warm up day by day. It remains to be hoped that there will be precipitation at least in the second half of August. dpa

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