Hot Sahara air for large parts of Europe: A storm messes up the wind conditions and gives us summer days. But thunderstorms follow.
Munich – Heavy heat wave in Germany! Sahara air flows to us from the south and gives us high temperatures. In southern Europe there are 40 degrees – with us 30 degrees from Tuesday.
Wind conditions in Europe change after the weekend, and hot air is making its way north to meet us. In Western Europe, the reason for this is obvious: it is loud there Weather Channel a strong storm responsible for the changed situation. In the south of England and in the north of France gusts of wind whip through the country at up to 100 km / h, on the coasts and at the sea even gale gusts of up to 120 km / h can occur. In Germany, the storm will mainly be felt in the west on Monday – it will be windy there.
Weather: Air mass limit expected in Germany – there will be thunderstorms
The warm air from the south is pumped far north on the front of the storm – from Tunisia to Italy and Croatia to Poland and the Baltic countries. Germany doesn’t even get the warmest air, and yet, for example, 35 degrees are expected in Lusatia on Thursday. The east heats up the most, and this is where most of the Saharan dust will be seen. In the west there is still the Atlantic air from the weekend. Thunderstorms will then most likely occur at the air mass limit.
During the course of Thursday the heat wave will end with many thunderstorms. In the far east, it can hold up until Friday. If you want to take advantage of the nice weather, it is best to concentrate on Tuesday or Wednesday. (cg)