It could be too late for the flowers on the balcony and in the allotment garden: early temperatures up to the frost line and local ground frost – sensitive plants are likely to have been severely affected by the frosty night in Berlin and Brandenburg. Responsible for this is a high pressure area with the exotic name Quedlinburga, which is currently shifting eastwards. During the New Week we will get visits from high and low pressure areas. But little will change in the weather situation.
After the cool morning, Hoch Quedlinburga spoils us with plenty of sun and autumn highs between 11 and 13 degrees. At night the values drop brutally again, locally again getting into the frost area. The German Weather Service (DWD) expects the ground to freeze down to minus 6 degrees! Paradoxically, however, the highs go up again over the course of the week. 14 degrees are possible on Monday, the meteorologists expect 16 degrees and more by the weekend.
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After the frost, fog and haze cause problems for motorists
But already on Monday, the foothills of an intermediate low in the form of veil clouds, dying from Saxony-Anhalt, report. That’s not enough for precipitation, but under the cloud cover it doesn’t get quite as cold on Tuesday night. The DWD expects ground frost in the south of Brandenburg, in Berlin there are at least 4 degrees and in Prignitz 7 degrees. In the following nights, the frost weakens, but fog and haze cause problems for drivers at night and in the early morning.
With rain if at all not expected until the end of the coming week. Unsurprisingly, the trend into November suggests that temperatures will fall, but there is currently no sign of the onset of winter.