In the Berlin-Brandenburg region, an official heat warning from the German Weather Service (DWD) is in effect until Sunday evening in view of high summer temperatures well over 30 degrees. As on Saturday, the federal capital, Potsdam and other districts are again expected to experience severe thermal stress, the weather service said on Sunday morning on its website. The official heat warning is valid until 7 p.m.

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In addition, in many places the experts once again drew attention to the unusually high level of UV radiation and the need for appropriate protective measures.

According to the forecast, up to 32 degrees should be reached in the north of Brandenburg, in the south of Brandenburg and in Berlin peak values ​​​​between 34 and 38 degrees. In the second half of the day, strong thunderstorms with heavy rain are possible locally. During the night it should cool down noticeably.