Bavaria: muggy and warm weather with thunderstorms and showers expected

A permanent cooling is not yet in sight in Bavaria.

Bavaria: muggy and warm weather with thunderstorms and showers expected

A permanent cooling is not yet in sight in Bavaria. However, according to meteorologists, the sun will be pushed out in some areas by showers and sometimes even thunderstorms with hail and squalls.

Munich (dpa / lby) - The air that draws from the south-west to Bavaria is warm, but increasingly humid. Strong thunderstorms with squalls and hail are therefore expected, especially near the Alps, the German Weather Service (DWD) announced on Monday. But there can also be showers in parts of Franconia, Lower Bavaria and in the Berchtesgadener Land during the week.

At the start of the week it will be variable to heavily cloudy. According to the DWD, there will be some heavy showers on the Alps and in the area around the Swabian-Franconian Alb around Monday evening. Locally there can be heavy rain, hail and gusts of wind with up to 70 kilometers per hour. The maximum values ​​are between 23 degrees in the Allgäu and Oberland and 29 degrees in Mainfranken. In northern Bavaria in particular, there is a medium to high risk of forest fire with levels 3 to 4 out of 5.

On Tuesday the temperatures will rise to around 26 degrees in the Allgäu and 32 degrees in the lower Main. During the day there is a weak, moderate wind from the south-west in northern Bavaria and a weak north-easterly wind in the Alps. Overall, according to the meteorologists, the day should be quite sunny with a low risk of showers in Franconia.

Towards the middle of the week, the sun will be increasingly replaced by clouds and there will be showers and isolated thunderstorms in western Franconia and Swabia. With temperatures between 27 and 33 degrees, it will remain hot in many places, with only a weak wind expected. On Thursday showers and sun will alternate in many places and it will be muggy and warm.

This changeable and no longer midsummer warm weather is not only expected in Bavaria, but from the middle of the week throughout Germany. Meteorologists predict that this will increase the chances of gradually easing the drought and reducing the risk of forest fires.

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