You would hardly have thought it possible in the last few weeks, but now it looks exactly as if the weather in North Rhine-Westphalia would change to winter after all. This seems to remain the case for the foreseeable future.

Because, as meteorologists are now forecasting, the weather in NRW will be shaped by a so-called “trough” in the coming days, and that will really bring bad weather with it.

Weather in NRW: Now the “trough” is coming our way

Weather experts speak of a “trough” when cold air from the Arctic Circle blows south and the “jet stream”, i.e. the warm air from the south, forms a kind of hollow there. Because of the bulge on the weather map, the “trough” got its rustic name.

For us, however, such a “trough” does not mean anything good, it usually brings wet, cold and changeable weather with it. The prospects for the next few days already give a foretaste of this.

Rainy start to the weekend

On Thursday morning, November 24th, it should be very cloudy and there will be showers in some areas. The sky is supposed to clear up from the afternoon, but then it will still be a maximum of 12 degrees.

The start of the weekend also falls into the water – at least as far as the weather is concerned. On Friday, November 25, it will be cloudy again, but this time there will be rain everywhere from the east. The maximum of 12 degrees on the thermometer again does not exactly invite you to an afternoon walk.

But on Saturday, November 26, the situation looks very different again. It’s only getting colder by a maximum of 10 degrees, but at least the rain is going away. Only a few drops find their way to the ground.

Source: Derwesten

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J. A. Allen

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