“Snow Chaos” in Bavaria: Winter is returning to much of Germany, with permafrost and snow expected in Munich and the region as well.
Update January 19, 9:31 am: In fact: this morning the roofs were slightly sugared when the people of Munich woke up. The upper grades are probably no longer reached in the metropolis of Isar today. The weather forecast for next weekend is still wintry. “The days of saving heating costs ended for the time being at the beginning of February. Now a lot of gas and heating oil will be consumed,” explains expert Dominik Jung von time.net.
According to this, there could be snowfall again and again in and around Munich until Monday, “it will continue to be wintry and very mild.” Jung’s forecast: “The conditions for winter sports will improve significantly.”
“Snow chaos” in Bavaria: Winter is coming to the region, and it seems to stay for the time being
Munich – The models have it in the last days already indicated: Winter returns to Munich and the region. after one too soft start to the new year temperatures adapt to the current season and bring with them widespread frost and snow. At first the weather forecasts were still cautious regarding snow, now it seems that a lot is coming from the sky for the weekend. Weather expert Dominik Jung is even talking about “snow chaos” coming to much of Germany.
According to Jung, the “snow chaos” reached a large part of Franconia already on the night of Wednesday, January 18. In cities like Würzburg or Bamberg, up to ten centimeters of fresh snow fell. In Munich you can’t talk about it, the state capital has only reached freezing temperatures so far, the maximum values are a little below three degrees on Wednesday. Then the permafrost sets in towards the weekend, which could drop temperatures to minus six degrees overnight, according to current forecasts. online time show.
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Climate in the region: Expert speaks of snow chaos – Munich of permafrost and snow
Starting Thursday, January 19, the first signs of snow for Munich will also appear, which will appear again and again throughout the weekend from now on. As Jung explains, the total amount of snow in Munich on Sunday night could be almost two inches. At the edge of the Alps, even 15-20 centimeters are possible.
Therefore, winter sports fans can be happy after the last few weeks with almost spring-like temperatures that put a damper on skiing and cross-country skiing plans. As the long-term models show, there are currently few signs of a renewed mild phase. So winter is coming back and it seems to want to stay for now.