Cool sea air still flows to Germany. But the influence of high pressure ensures that this air heats up more and more. By the middle of the week we could then crack the 35 degree mark again.

On Monday, the summer weather is still holding back a little in large parts of the country. From the North Sea coast to the south-eastern low mountain range, a band of clouds is blocking the sun and the temperatures are still subdued. The maximum values ​​are in the southwest but already at a warm 24 to 27 degrees. Otherwise it will only be 18 to 24 degrees.

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New clouds will be gathering from the west on Tuesday, but it will remain dry. The temperature trend is pointing steeply upwards. The Rhine and its tributaries are already between 28 and 32 degrees. On the coasts, however, a maximum of between 20 and 24 degrees.

On Wednesday it will initially be cloudy in the northern half, but there will only be local showers. On the other hand, it is also sunny for longer on the coasts. In the southwest, the thermometer is already rising to up to 35 degrees. In the coastal environment it will be between 20 and 26 degrees despite the sun.

The values ​​continue to rise on Thursday. In the southern half even more than 35 degrees are possible. Cooler air dominates in the northern half – at 20 to 26 degrees.

On Friday, the values ​​​​in the south will drop again slightly. Between 19 and 32 degrees are to be expected. On the other hand, it will remain largely dry at the end of the week, with a few clouds in the sky.

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The original of this article “Temperature trend points steeply upwards: Up to 35 degrees this week” comes from The Weather Channel.