Essen (dpa / lnw) - The last week of November begins mildly and damply in North Rhine-Westphalia. "The sun will rarely show up," said a meteorologist from the German Weather Service (DWD) on Sunday in Essen. “Typical November weather” can be expected on both Monday and Tuesday. With highs between seven and ten degrees, it should be mostly cloudy with occasional light rain.
The temperatures should also remain comparatively mild at night. According to the DWD forecast, the lowest values are between six and four degrees on Tuesday night, and the values drop to up to three degrees on Tuesday night. "Frost is not to be expected at night either," said the DWD meteorologist.
The weather service expects temperatures to drop slightly on Wednesday. The maximum values should be five to eight degrees during the day, on the Kahler Asten a maximum of two degrees should be reached. Temperatures can drop below freezing on Thursday night, when ground frost is to be expected.