Sunny spring skies and up to 21 degrees forecast in Germany this week

Sunny spring skies and up to 21 degrees forecast in Germany this week

It’s time to put away your winter coats (for a little while at least). Just after the arrival of spring on Sunday, things are looking sunny and warm in Germany this coming week, with temperatures of up to 21 degrees forecast! 

Sunny skies and warm temperatures forecast in Germany this week

A warm spell is going to wrap most parts of Germany in its arms this week. Many federal states have already enjoyed an unusually sunny and dry March so far, but things will also start to heat up in the coming days, with regional highs exceeding 20 degrees making the weather in Germany feel very comfortable indeed. 

From Wednesday, most parts of the country will get to enjoy blissful blue skies and plenty of sunshine, with the thermometer reaching spring-like highs of between 16 and 20 degrees, according to the German Weather Service (DWD). In some regions, it could get as warm as 21 degrees, although as ever the northern and coastal regions in Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern will be a little cooler. 

Thursday is also set to be super sunny. After some early patches of fog get burnt off, people can look forward to highs of between 15 and 20 degrees. It will be warmest in the southwest of the country, where 21 degrees is forecast. 

Clock change means longer days to enjoy the sun

This dry, sunny spell looks set to continue across the rest of the week and into the weekend - when the clock change will give us an extra hour of daylight to enjoy in the evenings after work. Friday will see highs of between 9 and 15 degrees in coastal regions and 15 to 20 degrees everywhere else. Saturday will see temperatures of 11 to 16 degrees in the north, and 16 to 20 degrees elsewhere. 

“The sun is shining in the sky from early morning to late at night, a whole 12 hours a day,” said a DWD meteorologist. However, don’t let the warm temperatures fool you into thinking summer is here; it is still March, after all, and so the evenings and nights will be noticeably cooler as the sun dips. If you’re out and about at night, make sure to take a jacket with you!



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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