News from Berkelland » Weather chat: Less cold, sometimes showers

By Editors on May 29-2022

BERLIN – After a few cool days, the temperature is expected to rise again during the week. With the onset of the meteorological summer, we will again reach between 20 and 25 degrees. However, there is a great deal of uncertainty because next week we will find ourselves in some kind of (weather no-man’s-land) (weather experts call it the saddle zone) between weather systems with little current and therefore little wind. It is a bit variable with only an occasional shower and we see the sun regularly. Pentecost doesn’t look bad at first glance either.

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Young and old can enjoy the windmill, which was recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. “Hopefully young people will sign up for Miller’s training, because it’s so much fun to let that go to waste,” Mincink says. In the meantime, Minsink hopes to remain active as a grinder for years to come. “I’m not thinking about stopping for long, I hope to continue until I’m old.”

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