Weather: No April boom in sight: Sahara dust lulls Germany

It was announced. But the big bang in April is unlikely to happen.

Spring continues! So more sun instead of sleet and snow showers everywhere.

“The weather change is stuttering along. The weather models have problems calculating what exactly is happening now. A wild back and forth. The cold air in Northern Europe and the already quite warm air in Southern Europe make our weather in April always very changeable and difficult to calculate,” says qualified meteorologist Dominik Jung from to BILD .

Sahara dust instead of rain clouds

The heavy rains are gone. The European weather model calculates that it will remain dry in the north, while a few drops will fall in the south.

Weather expert Jung: “This weather situation is more stable than some could have imagined. Instead, Sahara dust is coming to Germany again. The Sahara cloud arrived in western Germany on Monday evening. The dust concentration is particularly high here on Wednesday.”

Photo: Frank Rumpenhorst/dpa

Sunday temperatures up to 22 degrees

“What we are currently experiencing is a March that is really extraordinary in many respects,” said Adrian Leyser from the weather forecast center in Offenbach. “Both in terms of sunshine yield and drought, this year’s March is absolutely exceptional.”

Sunbathers sit on the gravel bank at the Tierparkbrücke in Munich

Sunbathers sit on the gravel bank at the Tierparkbrücke in MunichPhoto: Felix Hörhager/dpa

Spring high Peter then moves back to the UK. From there, it continues to provide bright sunshine and unusual warmth, especially in the southern half of Germany. There will be a few clouds in the north.

Weather expert Jung: “The beautiful spring weather will remain until April 1st. The announced polar air has disappeared.”


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