Offenbach (dpa/lhe) - A rain front will move over Hesse again on Thursday. The sky will probably be heavily overcast by noon; there is showery rain and thunderstorms in places, which can be accompanied by heavy rain, according to the German Weather Service (DWD). Then it clears up a bit, but isolated rain and thunderstorms can still occur into the evening hours. According to the DWD, the temperatures are between 19 and 23 degrees and at high altitudes 17 degrees. In addition, there is a weak to moderate wind, which is occasionally accompanied by one or the other gust, the DWD announced.
The sky over Hesse will remain overcast on Friday. In the course of the day it could rain again and sometimes thunderstorms, according to the DWD. The thermometer shows 19 to 22 degrees, in the higher mountains a maximum of 17 degrees. According to the DWD, there is a moderate wind, but there can also be strong to stormy gusts in the rain and thunderstorms.
The weather in Hesse will remain uncomfortable on Saturday: According to the forecast, the sky is still overcast; there will also be showers and occasional thunderstorms. According to the DWD, they can also be accompanied by heavy rain. The temperatures are between 17 and 21 degrees with moderate wind and 13 degrees at summit locations. If it rains or thunderstorms, there can be strong to stormy gusts again, as the DWD said.