|Temperature (°F)||41 °||40 °||39 °||36 °||33 °|
|Temperature felt (°F)||28°||26°||27°||23°||19°|
|Wind speed (mph)||16||18||15||17||19|
|Wind gusts (mph)||26||30||33||38||42|
Precipitation distribution within 35 km
Here we display the weather development for the next 7 days. Click on a tab to view a detailed day forecast. You can also use the keyboard arrow keys to navigate through the days, or if you use a touch screen, you can use the swipe function. Each tab includes a pictogram with the weather condition, maximal and minimal temperature, dominant wind speed and wind direction, the precipitation amount for 24h in mm and the sunshine hours. If you move your mouse over the logo for sunrise and sunset, also the current UV index is displayed. Normally, the maximum temperature is expected at late afternoon and the minimum at late night.
The 3-hour overview shows a more detailed forecast for the selected day:
Click on additional parameters to extend the forecast by the following parameters:
In addition to these parameters, our forecast system produces much more data: We calculate various forecast models with more than 50 atmospheric layers and a spatial resolution from 25 km down to 700m. Each day, we generate terabytes of data and have built one of the largest weather databases on Europe. This enables users and customers to find pertinent weather information for every place on Earth. The available data and images can be obtained as "Products" through our Business Services.
Our meteogram shows all important weather forecast parameters in one image - for every place in the world. That's why it is worth to understand it.
We display hourly data from left to right. The vertical yellow and white areas are daylight and night periods, respectively. There are three different data series: temperature, cloud & precipitation and wind:
|Temperature (°F)||Time||Distance (km)||Altitude (m)|
The weather miniMaps help you to get an overview about the weather development within your region. To animate the map, hover or click with your cursor over each map.