Weather in NRW rain puddle road

The rain is slowly enough again. Where is the sun? It hides behind a thick cloud front. But here and there that leaves it weather also a bit of light NRW seem to be.

But that’s pretty much the only thing that people in NRW look forward to in the coming days. Because that weather still has bad things in its luggage.

Weather in North Rhine-Westphalia: Autumn hits the spot – it’s already thick on Wednesday

Tuesday started with clouds and showers in many places, but there were also a few dry sections here and there. With only 13 to 17 degrees and the wind from the west and north-west, it’s pretty miserable. In the mountains, the temperatures just manage to reach ten degrees.

And at night they even drop to six or two degrees and in the Eifel to zero. With this cold, there can already be slight ground frost in the Münsterland and in valleys and hollows in the mountains.

Photo: IMAGO / Hanno Bode

On Wednesday it will finally be rain-free at 15 to 18 degrees with light fog in the early morning hours. It could even become clear at night with renewed fog formation and temperatures around the freezing point. In the Eifel, there could even be frosty minus one degree, as the German Weather Service (DWD) warns.

Weather in North Rhine-Westphalia: Frost at night – but almost 20 degrees during the day

The sun will come out again on Thursday, sometimes for longer. We can expect a dry 16 to 19 degrees, which could feel a bit chilly due to the weak to moderate wind. During the night it draws in again, but stays dry at eight to two degrees.

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And then, on Friday, the sky will remain overcast, but the DWD is not expecting any rain. The temperatures remain the same compared to the previous day, only at night it gets a little warmer at six to ten degrees. (mbo)

Source: Derwesten

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