The onset of winter in Germany will be postponed, so the cold and wet November weather will continue for the time being. But the next snow bomb is already imminent.
Kassel – Rain in places, the temperatures are dropping and the sun is mostly hiding behind the clouds: the cold, wet November weather in Germany does not stop. Already on Saturday (November 20th, 2021) some meteorologists are expecting the onset of winter and 20 centimeters of fresh snow *. However, little of this will be felt, temperatures of over 10 degrees are expected in most parts of the Federal Republic. The disappointment is correspondingly great for winter fans.
That could change soon, however. Because: After the delay, a weather expert predicts this year’s onset of winter in the coming week.
Winter is imminent in Germany: snow line will drop from Monday (22.11.2021)
At the beginning of the week (November 22nd, 2021), a cold front from the northwest is noticeable. Then the temperatures and the snow line drop in the eastern low mountain ranges and along the Alps. The reported meteorologist Alban Burster from wetter.com. The temperatures are below 10 degrees.
Although the forecast for Wednesday (November 24th, 2021) the temperatures are still significantly too warm for this time of year, the European weather model reckons with a “cold tongue” in Germany, as weather expert Dominik Jung from wetter.net explained. This will then reach the Federal Republic on Thursday (November 25th, 2021).
Upcoming winter weather? Meteorologist predicts snow bomb
With a few days’ delay, the onset of winter is forecast for Friday (November 26th, 2021). “Friday next week, the European weather model will calculate a snow bomb,” says meteorologist Dominik Jung.
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This is especially true for the south-east of Germany. According to Jung, a few centimeters of fresh snow would be possible here – even into the lowlands.
From Friday (November 26th, 2021) to Saturday (November 27th, 2021), a closed snow cover of up to 20 centimeters can be seen on the weather maps of the European model – primarily in the southeast. But also in other parts of the country to the north there could be “two, three, four centimeters of snow”, according to meteorologist Jung. However, this forecast should be “treated with caution”, since the snow cover forecast from the European model is not very precise and the weather situation could change significantly by then. (kas) * hna.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.
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