A still nameless high is expected to bring summer back to Germany from Thursday.

The German Weather Service (DWD) predicts up to 30 degrees and sunshine.

It was already dry on Wednesday and the sun was fighting its way through the clouds, especially in the south, as the DWD announced on Sunday in Offenbach.

In the north it is therefore initially even cooler than 25 degrees, in the south it is already warmer.

According to the DWD, on Thursday it looks like a summer day from the picture book: The sun is shining from the blue sky, it is dry and between 25 and 30 degrees warm. On Friday even 27 to 31 degrees are possible - in the southwest, however, the risk of thunderstorms increases again. How things will go next weekend is still unclear, said the DWD. But it looks like more showers and thunderstorms again, at least at 25 to 30 degrees.

On this Monday it initially remains volatile. In the northwest, clouds prevail, in the rest of the country it draws in the course of the day. According to the forecast, showers and thunderstorms are to be expected especially in the northwest and directly on the Alps, it will be between 19 and 25 degrees. It looks similar on Tuesday, only in the south it is mostly dry and especially south of the Danube the sun ventures out longer. The maximum values ​​are 19 to 23 degrees in the north and west, and 24 to 27 degrees in the south and east.