If you thought that winter was gone in Germany, we are sorry to inform you that you made a mistake. After the warm weather in some parts of the country over the weekend, you better prepare for cold polar air.
This is bad news, considering that in some parts of Germany, people experienced high temperatures, something similar to what is normally experienced in spring.
Winter is far from gone in most parts of Germany, especially in the northern part of the country.
According to meteorologist Dominik Jung from wetter.net, by the end of the week it could be “significantly colder,” thelocal.de has reported.
Der #Winter gibt sich noch nicht geschlagen. Eisige #Polarluft macht sich auf den Weg nach Deutschland. Mehr dazu im Thema des Tages: https://t.co/Y7xFUknYCb /V pic.twitter.com/FECDzhCP4Q
— DWD (@DWD_presse) March 12, 2018
DWD states that there will be a significant drop in temperatures on Saturday. In the northeast, frost is expected with temperatures of between -6C and 0C.
“Polar air is coming for us this weekend. Originating from inside the Arctic Circle, the air masses will travel across Finland, the Baltic Sea and eastern Europe before reaching Germany,” thelocal.de quoted Dr. Alexander Hildebrand, a meteorologist at wetter.com to have said.
And another bad news is that it is not easy to forecast for how long the cold will last.