Monday, March 13, 2017

Germany: Mild air to win out over showers through Sunday

By Kristina Pydynowski, AccuWeather senior meteorologist
By Adam Douty, AccuWeather meteorologist
March 11,2017, 11:23:22AM,EST
Umbrellas can be left at home across Germany as mild and dry air wins out over showers through the end of the weekend.
High pressure that spread across Germany will hold firm through the end of the weekend, keeping showers largely absent.
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Limited clouds will mix with sunshine throughout the country on Sunday. There can be areas of fog starting each morning, leading to reduced visibility for motorists and possible minor flight delays. Any fog, however, should rapidly dissipate for the afternoon.
In addition to leaving umbrellas at home, heavy jackets and scarves will not be needed.
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Temperatures will be near to slightly above normal near the border with Poland, but will rise several degrees above normal elsewhere.
After seasonably cool mornings, afternoon highs will range from 5-10 degrees Celsius (45-50 degrees Fahrenheit) in the northeast to 13-16 C (54-60 F) toward the western border.

The mild and dry weather will offer ample opportunities for residents to enjoy outdoor activities.
“The dry weather will yield good conditions for the Bundesliga matches on Sunday in Gelsenkirchen and Hamburg,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Eric Leister said.
For those residents who cannot get outdoors this weekend, the dry and mild weather will continue to dominate early next week.

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