Gray in gray doesn't last forever: the weather in Germany in the coming week is extremely stormy and even has snow, sleet and thunderstorms in store.
Munich – When will the gray high-pressure weather finally end, almost all of Germany is wondering about the weather.
Well, the end of the quiet phase of "Hoch Beate" is approaching - but it's not getting better, it's actually getting worse.
We have to be prepared for storms and snow, which create the risk of accidents.
As meteorologist Jan Schenk from
The Weather Channel
reports in his weather forecast, the weather in Germany will change on Monday.
As the jet stream heads from the British Isles towards Central Europe, powerful storms form over the North and Baltic Seas, while snow falls at higher altitudes at the same time.
According to the weather forecast, there can be snowdrifts and even hurricanes.
Weather in Germany: Storm brings rain, snow and risk of accidents at the start of the week
Coming from Iceland, the jet covers the north, reports the expert in his weather forecast for Germany.
On Sunday evening it hits the coasts, and wind speeds of up to 100 kilometers per hour can still occur on Monday night, especially on the mountains and on the coasts, but also up to 80 kilometers per hour in the lowlands.
With the storm comes the rain, which will have reached Frankfurt am Main and Dresden by 6 a.m.
In the low mountain ranges, the rain falls as up to ten centimeters of fresh snow.
From the afternoon it will also snow in the Alps, from the Allgäu to Berchtesgaden.
There will be sleet showers or winter thunderstorms behind the precipitation area.
Meteorologist Georg Haas from
says: "When these thunderstorms pass, it can get really violent." It only gets quieter in the evening, but at night the streets are probably as smooth as glass.
Weather in Germany: Double storm rushes towards the Republic – Tuesday will be followed by an even stronger storm
On Tuesday, the weather in Germany will continue to be stormy, and even if the snow melts away, according to the weather forecast, more of it will fall because of the cold air.
The wind decreases a little towards the south, but a new storm is coming in the evening - a stronger one than Monday's.
During the night, this will come up with hurricane gusts over the North Sea and a low-pressure core over Poland and will have covered all of Germany by Wednesday.
Hurricane gusts will again hit the coasts and mountain peaks, again accompanied by snow, sleet and thunderstorms.
Compared to Monday, there will be less snow, but according to the weather forecast in Germany, there will be stronger winds.
Only then can the Federal Republic breathe a sigh of relief: The weather expert predicts a slight warming, but with a storm of this magnitude it is difficult to make an exact forecast.