NewsWeather: At the end of January, winter briefly returns

Weather: At the end of January, winter briefly returns

The weather in Germany will turn wintry again at the end of the month. The low pressure area Nadja causes the temperatures to tumble.

Stuttgart – It's getting cold in Germany: winter returns in the last days of January. The reason for this is the low pressure area Marie. On Saturday (January 29) this will be replaced by the Nadja low pressure area. As a result, the weather will continue to be quite changeable over the weekend. And on Sunday (January 30th), the temperatures will fall again enormously. 1 to 7 degrees are expected on the last day of the week. So we still have an onset of winter ahead of us?

BW24* knows the forecasts for the weather in Germany up to mid-February.

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