Weather in NRW: Goodbye sunny weekend! Now rain jackets have to be unpacked
Sunshine, mild temperatures – on the weekend it was still golden OctoberWeather in NRW!
But apparently this is over again. As early as Monday, a look out of the window suggests: It’s so nice with him Weather in NRW probably not further for now …
Weather in NRW: Golden October? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that!
The German Weather Service (DWD) describes the new week in two words that nobody likes to hear: “Choppy and rainy”. More than 16 degrees are not possible in NRW in the next few days.
And in addition to the cooling, there is also a lot of precipitation. “You don’t stay really dry,” a DWD meteorologist told the German press agency
This is how a weather forecast is created:
- Around 10,000 ground stations, 7,000 ships, 600 ocean buoys, 500 weather radar stations and around 3,000 aircraft worldwide ensure that hourly weather data is recorded.
- Weather satellites provide surveillance from space.
- Meteorologists can thus observe what is happening around the world.
- Parameters such as air temperature and pressure, wind direction and speed or cloud height are measured.
- Around 25,000 messages accumulate every hour.
- These are evaluated and transmitted – so weather forecasts remain up to date.
Because of a few loosening that can still occur between Monday and Wednesday, one should therefore not get false hopes.
Weather in NRW: rain showers instead of autumn sun
Most of the rain in North Rhine-Westphalia should be on Tuesday. The DWD warns of “occasional shower-like rain”.
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Obviously it will not be stormy. For the time being, meteorologists do not expect weather events to be warned about. (at, with dpa)