Weather after Easter: Clouds and rain are approaching
Sun, blue sky and temperatures up to 27 degrees: Easter Monday is still summery. Towards the end of the week, it should be cooler and rainier.
With up to 27 degrees on the Lower Rhine, the weather is also on Easter Monday again from its summer side. Only over the southwest pull away some fog clouds, as the German Weather Service (DWD) predicted. The early summer, however, says goodbye towards the end of the week and makes room for rain and cooler temperatures.
On Tuesday it is according to forecast from the North Sea over North Rhine-Westphalia to Hesse predominantly sunny, south of the Main makes itself a sun-cloud mix broad. The northeast is cloudy and raining every now and then. The temperatures rise to a maximum of 23 degrees.
According to forecasts, Wednesday and Thursday will again be dominated by a mixture of sun and clouds, some showers will fall in the west - in the east, on the other hand, it will remain dry. It can be really warm again, the maximum temperatures are between 20 and 27 degrees, as the weather service announced.
From Friday, it will be more unstable and cooler from west to east, the 20-degree mark is no longer in sight. Garden owners could look forward to much-needed rain, said DWD meteorologist Magdalena Bertelmann.
In view of the current drought, there is a high risk of forest fires in many areas, especially in eastern Germany, as the DWD index on forest fire danger shows. In Brandenburg, the highest warning level was in many places at Easter.