By Eric Leister, AccuWeather meteorologist
By Robert Richards, AccuWeather meteorologist
September 10,2017, 11:44:33AM,EDT
Cooler air has descended on Germany and is not expected to give way to any warmth through the coming week.
While temperatures will vary slightly each day, below-normal temperatures will prevail through the week across the country, making it feel more like the end of September or early October.
High temperatures will generally range from 16-21 C (60-69 F) across the country; however, some locations may struggle to reach 16 C (60 F) on the coolest days.
The influx of cool air across Germany over the next 10 days will be accompanied by repeated rounds of rainfall.
While the rain is not expected to produce any widespread flooding problems, the frequent threat of rainfall will make outdoor plans hard to plan and could result in some minor travel delays.
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A series of potent storms will impact the country from Monday through Thursday, resulting in periods of rain and gusty winds.
This cool, wet pattern will persist into next weekend as Oktoberfest gets underway in Munich.
Unfortunately, for those attending the first half of the festival, which runs from 16 September to 3 October, wet and cool weather will more than likely continue into the first full week of festivities.