Snow and freezing rain in Bavaria: where and for how long DWD warnings are still in effect

Caution, danger of ice! Snow and cold rain continue to make the roads slippery

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About 150 flights had to be canceled and more than two dozen diverted: Freezing rain temporarily halted air traffic at Munich Airport on Wednesday. Where DWD warnings are still valid and for how long:


Update, 6:35 a.m. – a truck overturned on a slippery road: the A8 is completely blocked

A lorry accident on a snow-covered road has completely closed the A8 motorway in Upper Bavaria. In the early hours of Thursday morning near Odelzhausen in the Dachau district, a truck began to sway, causing the truck’s trailer to overturn. The driver was not injured in the accident, a police spokesman said.

The A8 was completely blocked around the accident site in the direction of Munich. Rescue work could take several hours, the morning said. A diversion has been set up, but due to the weather conditions drivers will have to wait there as well, the spokesman said.

Update, 5:50 a.m. – The Rosenheim Operations Center takes a look at the night

The night was relatively quiet in the area of ​​responsibility of the Rosenheim Operations Center. As a spokeswoman confirmed to, several smaller operations were carried out due to the storm, but there was no particularly noticeable concentration in any area. There were no major accidents during the snowy days before, yesterday or last night.

The streets were pretty quiet at first, but then The icy winter weather at Munich Airport really messed up the flight schedule: No planes could take off or land at times Wednesday due to the danger of ice from the freezing rain. Around 150 flights were initially canceled and 26 diverted, an airport spokesman told the German Press Agency. Both runways were reopened by the evening.

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Where and how long are DWD warnings still in effect

Snow, rain and ice dominated Bavaria on Wednesday (December 14). Since early morning, the DWD has warned of ice that could pose a “danger to life and limb.” The German weather service is still warning of freezing rain and black ice in the Alps and foothills.

DWD Warning Card (5:46am).

© Screenshot DWD

Warnings are currently in effect for the following counties until (probably) 10 a.m.:

  • Oberallgaeu district
  • City of Memmingen
  • City of Kempten (Allgäu)
  • City of Kaufbeuren
  • Unterallgaeu district
  • Neu-Ulm district
  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen district
  • Weilheim-Schongau district
  • Kreis Landsbergis near Lech
  • Guenzburg district
  • District and city of Augsburg
  • Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district
  • Kreis Starnberg
  • Fürstenfeldbruck district
  • Kreis Aichach-Friedberg
  • Dachau district
  • Freising district
  • district and the city of Munich
  • Miesbach district
  • District and city of Rosenheim
  • Kreis Ebersberg
  • Erding district
  • district and the city of Landshut
  • Mühldorf am Inn district
  • Traunstein district
  • Altötting district
  • Berchtesgadener Land District
  • Dingolfing-Landau district
  • Rottal-Inn district
  • district and city of Passau


According to the DWD, the air mass boundary over southern Bavaria should melt in the morning, and average temperatures should prevail from Franconia. A low moving from northern Italy towards Poland will bring fresh snow or rain to the south and east on Friday night. Temporarily black ice again in the southeast.


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