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Weather: A storm and rain are expected in North Rhine-Westphalia on Sunday

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Thunderstorms and rain are expected in North Rhine-Westphalia on Sunday

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After an uncomfortable Saturday, people in North Rhine-Westphalia will continue to be wet and cold over the next few days. After the rain initially eased on Sunday morning, there was more and more rain in the afternoon with dense cloud cover, the German Meteorological Service (DWD) said.

After an uncomfortable Saturday, people in North Rhine-Westphalia will continue to be wet and cold over the next few days. After the rain initially eased on Sunday morning, there was more and more rain in the afternoon with dense cloud cover, the German Meteorological Service (DWD) said.

The DWD earlier warned of continued heavy rain in several regions of North Rhine-Westphalia, including Dusseldorf and Cologne. The warning was lifted Sunday morning. According to DWD, highs are 5-9 degrees with moderate to brisk winds. In addition, there may be strong and violent gusts in the middle of the day and in the afternoon. In the case of showers, gusts of up to 100 kilometers per hour cannot be excluded. It remains wet Monday night, so there is a risk of ice in the mountains between 400 and 600 meters above sea level, according to DWD.

A cloudy and rainy start to the new week in North Rhine-Westphalia after some easing on Monday morning. Thunderstorms are possible at times, DWD said. Maximum values ​​are 2 to 6 degrees, accompanied by prevailing moderate and sometimes strong wind gusts. Precipitation will decrease in the afternoon. According to DWD, there is a risk of ice below 300 meters again on Tuesday night. On Tuesday, the sky in North Rhine-Westphalia will be changeable and sometimes cloudy. After a rainy morning, the afternoon will be mostly dry. The thermometer shows wind gusts of 1 to 4 degrees at most, then light winds, the DWD reported later in the day.

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