The German Weather Service (DWD) has warned of local storms in Berlin and Brandenburg for Friday and Saturday. The DWD said that first to the west, then in the late afternoon to the Oder and Neisse rivers, with occasional, strong, thundershowers.
Heavy rains may also subside in a strictly restricted manner at the local level. In a short time, 25 liters and sometimes 40 liters per square meter of rainfall can also be expected. This can be achieved with small hail and thunderstorms up to 70 kilometers per hour, which corresponds to wind strength 8. However, apart from rain and thunder, the wind is only weak.
According to the DWD, storm events can sometimes last through Saturday night. There may be rain and hail again on Saturday morning. “From Uckermark to Niederlausitz” there is a local chance of heavy storm-like rain.
The maximum value on Saturday should settle between 22 and 25 degrees. On Sunday night, the areas should be cloudy and showers should subside.
loose on sunday
Sunday will be cloudy, but more easing can be expected during the day, as predicted by DWD.
[Lesen Sie mehr bei Tagesspiegel Plus: Leben mit dem Klimawandel: Wie man Haus und Wohnung vor Starkregen schützen kann]
Local rainfall should generally be only weak. They are to be especially expected between Pregnitz and Uckermark. Like Saturday, temperatures should warm to between 22 and 24 degrees on Sunday, all with weak to moderate westerly winds.
Overall, the weather in Berlin and Brandenburg is currently under the influence of a reduced speed from Scotland to Norway. It brings warm, moist air to the area. (tsp)
Coffee enthusiast. Travel scholar. Infuriatingly humble zombie fanatic. Thinker. Professional twitter evangelist.