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Weather in NRW: The heat is followed by a big storm – HERE it will really rip

How to behave properly in a storm

How to behave properly in a storm

Whether it’s a storm, heavy rain or a thunderstorm: Extreme weather can be life-threatening. Therefore, you should consider a few tips.

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warning for NRW! That weather will change course in the course of Thursday.

The German Weather Service (DWD) warns of severe summer thunderstorms in NRW. That should be particularly bad weather in two cities in the Ruhr area.

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Thursday (June 23) starts warm, but gets much hotter with 29 to 32 degrees. It is supposed to stay mostly sunny, but in the Eifel the sky is quite cloudy. From the afternoon there can be the first stronger thunderstorms in the south-west. They will then increase on Friday night at 19 to 15 degrees.

In the cities of Mülheim and Duisburg, the DWD is now explicitly warning of severe thunderstorms, especially between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. on Friday. There is a risk of heavy rain with up to 50 liters per hour of hailstones three centimeters in size. This will also be accompanied by gusts of wind of up to 90 kilometers per hour.

Weather in North Rhine-Westphalia: Thunderstorms on Friday

However, local thunderstorms with heavy rain in the night to Friday are also to be expected in other places. “It will not affect everyone,” warns the DWD. However, citizens should inform themselves about the current situation on the Internet and in the WarnWetter app.


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And also during the day, Friday will be rather cloudy and wet with showers and rain as well as thunderstorms. This is also noticeable in the temperatures, which drop to 23 to 26 degrees. The downpour should only subside again towards the evening. (mbo)

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