The German weather service issued a severe weather warning on Saturday evening. Parts of the Ruhr and Lower Rhine regions are affected.
The German weather service has one on Saturday evening storm warning handed over. Following severe thunderstorms is also heavy rain with rainfall between 15 and 25 liters per square meter possible. In addition, meteorologists warn wind gusts with speeds up to 55 kilometers per hour.
According to the Nina warning app, the following cities and regions are affected
- Duisburg North
Wesel Occasionally might uprooted trees and the roofs are damaged. Residents of affected areas should avoid being outdoors. The acute severe weather warning is initially only valid until22 hours
. The thunderstorms are expected to subside overnight.
Showers and thunderstorms are also possible on Mother’s Day On Sunday, the weather remains initially unstable, as the German weather service WD additionally reported. Drier and somewhat cooler air is heading towards North Rhine-Westphalia. The weather will be cloudy, partly cloudy. In Sauerland and Siegerland it will remain mostly dry, from noon there may be isolated showers and brief thunderstorms. In the afternoon it will be clear and sunny with temperatures between 18 degrees in East Westphalia, 21 degrees in the Bay of Cologne and 14 to 17 degrees
at high altitude.
Monday night remains rainless with temperatures of eight to four degrees. During the day it will be dry and sunny with temperatures up to 25 degrees. From next Thursday, the weather conditions should also increase the risk of thunderstorms, according to the DWD. (dpa)
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