Hessen: The highest temperature to date in 2020: 38.6 degrees measured in Trier – Bavaria

Offenbach – At 38.6 degrees, the country’s highest temperature of the year so far was measured in Trier on Sunday. As was told in the evening at the German Meteorological Service (DWD) in Offenbach, the record was set at the DWD Trier-Petrisberg station. The second place goes to the city of Rhineland-Palatinate: it is up to 38.2 degrees in Trier-Zewen. Third place was shared by the weather stations of Kahl am Main in Bavaria and Frankfurt Airport, with a maximum temperature of 37.5 degrees each.

Previously, the maximum value for this year was 38.5 degrees – measured on July 31 in Rheinfelden in the south of Baden. The nationwide maximum temperature on Saturday had already been recorded at 38.2 degrees on the Trier Petrisberg.

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