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Instructions for selecting the weather condition

hazy:Objects about four kilometers away that are easily visible under normal circumstances can no longer be recognized, but visibility is better than in fog.Fog:Objects about one kilometer away that are easily visible under normal circumstances can no longer be recognized. In thick fog, visibility even drops below 200 meters.High fog:A gray layer of cloud covers the sky. It does not show any structures like layer clouds, but appears diffuse. Their lower limit is so deep that hills, tall buildings or transmission towers can immerse themselves in this cloud. High fog often occurs after a foggy morning when the fog lifts during the day. The weather above the high fog is mostly sunny and mild, with excellent visibility.Rain shower:One speaks of a "shower" when the rain stops again and again or the precipitation only lasts for a few minutes, at most three quarters of an hour. A rain shower can still be very strong.Rain, light or heavy rain:Precipitation falls continuously over a longer period of time (more than 45 minutes - otherwise one would speak of a "shower"). The strength of this is up to your subjective assessment. The meteorologists speak with a view to a 60 - minute period with less than 0.5 liters / sqm of "light rain", with 0.5 - 4 liters / sqm of "moderate rain" and with more than 4 liters / sqm of "heavy rain".Thunderstorm or strong thunderstorm:It's lightning and rumbling. In a "strong thunderstorm", many lightning bolts occur in a very short time, but this classification is left to your subjective assessment.strong thunderstorm with hail:A violent thunderstorm in which ice grains with a minimum diameter of more than half a centimeter fall. Hailstones can also reach the size of tennis balls. Ice grains with a diameter of less than half a centimeter are known as sleet.freezing fog:Fog or haze freeze to ice on the ground, solid objects such as branches or railings are covered with a layer of ice.freezing rain:Rain falls on frozen ground and forms a layer of ice there. Often referred to as "black ice".Snow showers:One speaks of a "shower" when a mixture of rain and snowflakes stops again and again or the precipitation only lasts for a few minutes, at most three quarters of an hour. A rain shower can still be very strong.Sleet:A mixture of snowflakes and rain.Sleet showers:A short shower of small ice grains, usually only a few minutes long, with a maximum diameter of half a centimeter. Larger grains of ice are known as hail and usually occur in connection with a thunderstorm.light snow shower:Short snowfall, lasting no more than three quarters of an hour. We also speak of "snow showers" when it stops snowing again and again.Snowfall - light snowfall:It snows continuously and without interruption for a long time. Whether it is only "light snowfall" is up to your subjective assessment.Storm:Very strong wind from wind force 8 and higher (wind speeds over 62 kilometers per hour). In a storm, larger branches can break off or tiles can be torn from roofs.Storm and rain:Rain falls while at the same time a stormy wind is blowing, at least in gusts from wind force 8 and higher (wind speeds over 62 kilometers per hour). Such a weather constellation occurs relatively rarely in the Bavarian lowlands. It arises in the area of ​​influence of Atlantic storm lows, the wind mostly coming from the west or south-west.Hurricane:A storm with wind force 12 and higher (wind speeds over 117 kilometers per hour). In a hurricane, trees can be uprooted and entire roofs covered. Loose objects are flying around. Serious damage to buildings can occur.Tornado:A narrow tube of cloud, only 100 to 300 meters wide, which hangs down from a shower or thundercloud and sometimes extends to the ground. The air rotates in it with the strength of a storm or hurricane. A tornado causes severe damage.