According to the German weather service, it should be warmer again right on time for the Pentecost weekend. In the south, however, strong thunderstorms are also to be expected.

The weather in Germany will become increasingly warmer in the coming days. However, there can be strong thunderstorms in the southern half at Pentecost weekend, as the German Weather Service (DWD) in Offenbach announced on Wednesday.

On Thursday, the sky in the north will initially be cloudy. There are still a few showers, especially in the Baltic Sea region, before it increasingly clears up in the evening. From the southern Black Forest to the southern foothills of the Alps, according to the forecasts, there will also be a lot of clouds and showers as well as occasional strong thunderstorms. In between, the weather shows itself from the bright side. In the north, temperatures climb to 16 to 20 degrees, in the rest of the country the values ​​even reach 19 to 26 degrees.

Friday starts in the south-west half initially with isolated precipitation, in the course of the day there can be heavy showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain and hail. Local storms cannot be ruled out, according to the DWD. In contrast, according to the meteorologists, it will remain clear to cloudy and mostly dry in the northeastern half. The expected maximum temperatures are 19 to 25 degrees in the north, otherwise 24 to 28 degrees. On the coasts it stays much cooler with values ​​around 17 degrees.

Saturday starts brightly in the north with longer sunny spells. The temperatures climb to 21 to 25 degrees. In the middle and in the south, the clouds thicken over the course of the day – showers and sometimes heavy thunderstorms can occur.