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Offenbach (dpa / lrs) – In the first half of the week, the weather in Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland will be unstable with rain and thunderstorms. On Monday morning it is widely cloudy, thundery showers are possible locally, as reported by the German Weather Service (DWD) in Offenbach. Stormy gusts and heavy rain with amounts between 15 and 25 liters per square meter are also expected. During the day, the sky will clear up from the north-west and it will remain increasingly dry. The maximum values are between 18 degrees in the Eifel and the Westerwald and 26 degrees in the Vorderpfalz.
According to the DWD forecast, it will be mostly clear to sunny on Tuesday. The temperatures rise slightly to 23 to 29 degrees. A few showers and thunderstorms are possible in the south towards the evening.
Wednesday will start out dry at first, later showers and thunderstorms will move up in the south. In addition, the DWD expects maximum values between 25 and 29 degrees.
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