Weather at the weekend: These maps show where it will be particularly frosty
After the weather had been warm and sunny like late summer for a long time, winter is now giving its calling card for the first time. In many regions the thermometer falls below zero. These maps show where it will be frosty.
After a very summery autumn for a long time, there is now the first onset of winter. It will cool down significantly at the weekend, especially in the north-east it will be frosty: the thermometer will fall below the zero-degree mark in many places, the maps below show the expected lows. According to the German Weather Service (DWD), the daily highs in the north-east are sometimes just above freezing, as shown in Map III at the bottom. Precipitation mixed with snow can fall from Schleswig-Holstein via Saxony-Anhalt to Lower Lusatia, as well as in Western Pomerania.
Anyone who is already shivering in the face of the upcoming frost can draw hope: Overall, the DWD expects a rather mild winter in Germany, as the service announced in an outlook on its website.
Map I: The minimum temperatures for Saturday, November 19, 2022
The map below shows the expected minimum temperatures for Saturday, November 19, 2022. The graph is provided by “Wetter.de”.
Map II: The minimum temperatures for Sunday, November 20, 2022
The map below shows the expected minimum temperatures for Sunday, November 20, 2022. The graph is provided by “Wetter.de”.
Map III: Live view and forecast: The weather in Germany
Would you like to know where in Germany the temperatures are currently lowest? The live map below shows it. For a forecast for the coming days, click on the “Play” button at the bottom left. You can also switch the view at the top right of the menu, for example to rain and thunderstorms.
The service is provided by Windy.com. The makers use the model from the “European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts” for their representations and forecasts.
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