Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Germany: Shift to cool, wet weather starting at midweek

By Eric Leister, AccuWeather meteorologist
September 5,2017, 8:27:10AM,EDT
Following a beautiful day across Germany on Tuesday, showers and a few thunderstorms will arrive on Wednesday.
The arrival of these showers and thunderstorms will mark an end to several days of dry, comfortable weather throughout northern and central Germany.
The best chance for a thunderstorm will be from Berlin to Dresden and Munich during the afternoon.
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Despite the threat for rainfall, temperatures will remain near to slightly above normal with highs ranging from 19-22 C (66-72 F) throughout the country.
Cooler air will sweep across Germany on Thursday as highs reach only 16-19 C (60-66 F).
A few showers will dampen the day across northern Germany while southern areas can expect a dry day with a mixture of clouds and sunshine.
The most unsettled weather will remain across northern Germany on Friday as a new storm brings a soaking rain and thunderstorms from Cologne to Hamburg and Berlin.
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Showers will be widespread throughout Germany on Saturday with a couple of rumbles of thunder possible during the afternoon.
High temperatures will again range from 16-19 C (60-66 F); however, the combination of gusty winds, thick clouds and damp conditions will make it feel even cooler.
Drier weather is expected on Sunday with the highest risk for a shower across the far north and southeast.
Another storm will arrive early next week bringing the continued risk for wet, windy and cool weather throughout Germany.

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