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Hello September-summer! It will stay warm in Germany until the weekend

Hello September-summer! It will stay warm in Germany until the weekend

Hello September-summer! It will stay warm in Germany until the weekend

If - like us - you’d already bidden summer a fond farewell, it might be time to get your sun hat out again. September looks set to give us the warm and sunny weather we so sorely missed in July and August in Germany. 

Get ready for September-summer in Germany

Meteorologically-speaking, summer ended last Wednesday on September 1. But, according to the latest forecast, the German weather isn’t quite done yet. Although August ended in miserable style, after weeks of changeable weather, things have heated up a little in the last few days and, according to the German Weather Service (DWD), it will stay warm until the weekend at least. 

“Just in time for the meteorological beginning of autumn, the weather situation has changed and a fairly calm and (late) summer weather situation has established itself,” the DWD said in its report on Sunday. 

Warm weather expected to last until weekend

Apart from a few “small blemishes” - isolated patches of showers and thunderstorms, especially in Germany’s mountains regions - friendly, summer weather should predominate this week, with temperatures levelling off at a delicious 25 degrees. In southwestern Germany the thermometer will regularly rise as high as 29 degrees. All being well, it should stay warm until at least Sunday. 

At the same time, however, the nights are getting longer and, when there is no cloud cover, the temperatures will drop significantly overnight - so don’t forget your coat, if you’re heading out for the evening! The longer, cooler nights will also combine with the warm weather to make for patches of thick fog. If you’re driving anywhere in the mornings, do take extra care. 

Abi

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Abi Carter

Abi studied History & German at the University of Manchester. She has since worked as a writer, editor and content marketeer, but still has a soft spot for museums, castles...

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