A huge autumn storm over Europe will bring Sahara air to Germany in the coming week.
As a result, according to current forecasts, we can expect a tough turnaround in temperature.
Munich - The thermometer is currently definitely pointing towards winter.
This is especially true for the south of Germany.
Here there was even snow in deeper parts of Bavaria.
But summer will come back in the coming week - this is what current forecasts are now announcing.
The weather in Germany then experiences a summer comeback - with temperatures of up to 25 degrees.
A weather roller coaster ride - if you look at the current temperatures.
Weather in Germany is on a roller coaster: Sahara air is coming in and bringing back summer
As early as Saturday, a large area of low pressure over the North Atlantic will prepare the new weather situation, as reported by meteorologist Jan Schenk from
By Monday, the battle between cold and warm air masses will result in a huge autumn storm that stretches from southern Portugal to Norway.
This storm is now bringing Sahara air from North Africa to Germany and the temperatures are climbing accordingly.
According to the forecast, up to 20 degrees in southern Germany and up to 18 degrees in the north will be reached on Monday.
The south expects the maximum on Wednesday: Here the thermometer can rise locally to up to 25 degrees.
This is especially true for the south-east of the Alps - where foehn weather could help again, as Schenk reports.
In the rest of Germany, at least up to 20 degrees are reached.
Weather crash in Germany: Sahara bubble bursts
But in addition to the high temperatures, the storm also brings wind to Germany.
Especially in the west and east it will be windy and cloudy on Wednesday.
Only in the east and south can windproof summer lovers enjoy the weather in sunshine.
But: According to the forecast, the Sahara bubble will burst on Thursday at the latest - possibly even on Wednesday evening, in the west of Germany.
Then cold air displaces the warm Sahara temperatures.
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