Thuringia: Spring in Thuringia: Warm, sunny and dry

Offenbach/Erfurt (dpa/th) - The people of Thuringia can look back on a warm, sunny and dry spring.

Thuringia: Spring in Thuringia: Warm, sunny and dry

Offenbach/Erfurt (dpa/th) - The people of Thuringia can look back on a warm, sunny and dry spring. With average temperatures of 8.3 degrees Celsius, it was an average of 1.2 degrees warmer from March to May than in the comparative period from 1961 to 1990, as the German Weather Service (DWD) announced on Monday.

With around 640 hours of sunshine, the sun shone in Thuringia for a shorter time than in all other federal states, but still almost 200 hours longer than the long-term average. At the same time, it remained relatively dry: the meteorologists counted a total of 95 liters of precipitation per square meter - that was almost 60 liters less than in the same period. The Thuringian Basin was therefore one of the driest regions in Germany in spring.

Nationwide, the DWD recorded the third sunniest spring since measurements began in 1951, with an average of 467 hours of sunshine. According to the DWD, the average temperatures across Germany were 9 degrees Celsius - 1.3 degrees more than the average for the years 1961 to 1990.

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