It has not snowed heavily for a few days. But for the snow to melt, it has to get warmer. The weather outlook for NRW.
It was an extraordinary week in North Rhine-Westphalia: While children could enjoy the sudden toboggan runs, truck drivers on the A2 got stuck overnight.
It has hardly snowed for a few days, but the temperature is still below zero, so the snow does not melt. Of the German Weather Service (DWD) expects slightly milder temperatures in the coming season.
Weather in NRW – the forecast in detail
On the night of Saturday, according to the DWD, it will be really cold again in NRW: Between -8 and -14 degrees, in parts of Westphalia even -20 degrees. But it will probably remain dry.
Of the Saturday appears mostly sunny and without precipitation. In addition, the temperatures reach maximum values between -4 and +1 degrees. On Sunday it gets a little colder at night between -8 and -18 degrees, in Westphalia locally below -20 degrees.
As well on Sunday the sun should shine predominantly, precipitation in the form of rain or snow is not expected. The temperatures are slightly higher than on Saturday: maximum values between -2 degrees in East Westphalia and +4 degrees in the Rhineland. On Monday night, the lowest temperatures range from -1 in the Rhineland to -10 degrees in the mountains.
New week will be a little milder
After the sunny weekend the brings Monday a mixture of rain and snow. The temperatures rise a little to between 0 degrees in East Westphalia and in the mountains and up to 6 degrees on the western side of the Rhine.
The – currently still somewhat imprecise – Weather models for the rest of the week show that temperatures in Düsseldorf will probably be between 0 and 5 degrees during the day. In the lowlands, therefore, fresh snow should not be expected for the time being.
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