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Satellite cloud cover (past 2 hours)

  • Precipitation:
  • <0.04”
  • 0.04-0.08”
  • 0.08-0.20”
  • >0.20”

The location marker is placed on Kiel.

This animation shows the cloud cover as observed by satellite. High clouds and clouds with vertical development are displayed in white, low clouds and fog in grey. This map uses infrared satellite telemetry to calculate the temperature of the clouds. Low clouds and fog are difficult to distinguish from ground temperatures and might therefore be inaccurate.
Precipitation is estimated from radar and satellites. At night precipitation estimates from satellites are less accurate than during daytime. Orange crosses mark places where lightning was detected (over Europe).
Copyright 2018 EUMETSAT / meteoblue. Lightning data provided by nowcast.

Radar for Kiel

The location marker is placed on Kiel. This animation shows the precipitation radar for the last hour, as well as a 2h forecast. Drizzle or light snow fall might be invisible for the radar. Precipitation intensity is colour coded, ranging from light blue to heavy purple.
Copyright 2018 Deutscher Wetterdienst / meteoblue.

0” precipitation in Kiel at 10:05-11:20.

Current weather situation and warnings

Temperatures & pictograms

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Cloud development

clouds and rain

EUMETNET – MeteoAlarm

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Source: DWD

Time delays between this website and the www.meteoalarm.eu website are possible, for the most up to date information about alert levels as published by the participating National Meteorological Services please use www.meteoalarm.eu.

Surrounding weather stations

​Record 2018 summer in Central Europe

​Record 2018 summer in Central Europe

In Central Europe, the growing season of 2018 was as hot and as dry as rarely seen before. This is illustrated by a quick analysis of the precipitation in European regions, which compares the monthly precipitation from April to July of 30 cities around Europe and to their average of the last 30 years.