With a long Easter weekend on the horizon, Germany faces a week full of clear skies and temperatures like summer. The authorities are worried that the combination is good weather and National holiday will tempt people to go out and rest social distance measures.
Summer weather goes to Germany
After the cold air bank brought enough cold temperatures to Germany last week, this week things look very different. A high-pressure air bank from southern Europe will bring us warm temperatures to 25 degrees this week!
According to the German Weather Service (DWD), Tuesday will be illuminated by the sun in most countries, with the highest 15 degrees expected in the coastal areas of Germany and up to 23 degrees on the Upper Rhine. Only the western and northwestern parts of the country can expect cloud cover at all.
From Wednesday to Good Friday (Karfreitag), most will stay bright, with some harmless clouds sailing. Temperatures must last around 17 to 22 degrees, but heights of up to 25 degrees are possible in the southwest of the country. DWD recommends that everyone open their sunblock for the first time this year!
Lightning storm opportunities on Easter weekend
Towards Easter weekend, predictions become a bit more dangerous and more diverse. DWD painted a two-part picture on Saturday: in the north the weather tends to change, with clouds, rain and even the possibility of a storm. The temperature will still be between 11 and 18 degrees. In the south, it is likely to remain bright, with altitudes above 20 degrees.
This is very far, meteorologically, but Easter Sunday seems to be colder, with an increased risk of rain and storm. So people might struggle to find gaps in the clouds to organize their Easter egg hunt.
The authorities are urging people to stay at home, whatever the weather
The weather may beg you to leave the house, but people are urged to stay at home as much as possible, even if you get a day off work and perfect barbecue weather. Police It has been said that, so far, people have managed to resist the temptation of cloudless blue skies and stick to social distance measures.
As the weekend had just passed, which witnessed the highest hovering around the 20 degree mark, several violations were reported to have taken place in Germany, but overall the country passed the first real endurance test at home. In some places, the authorities did not take the risk and went too far to close the access roads to several places German tourist attractions and attractions.
Police in Rheingau blocked access to Eberbach Abbey, two palace and the Niederwald monument, arguing that it is not possible for visitors to meet minimum distance requirements. In Frankfurt, police said that they would use drones over the weekend to ensure there were not too many people outside and about enjoying the spring weather in the city park.
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