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Foul weather to stay indefinitely

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Foul weather to stay indefinitely
Even the statues are taking cover at Charlottenburg palace in Berlin. Photo:DPA
13:44 CEST+02:00
Germans can continue their customary complaints about the weather, because the soggy, moody weather is here indefinitely, the German Weather Service (DWD) reported on Thursday.

Low-pressure front Viola will perform a melancholy serenade on Friday and Saturday, bringing scattered showers, heavy rain and thunderstorms, DWD said in Offenbach.

"A stable the summer high is not yet in sight," DWD said.

There will be a brief reprieve for the fortunate residents in the southeast of the country, where rain and storms won't begin until evening on Friday. High temperatures will be between 22 and 30 degrees Celsius.

But the entire country will be have reason to gripe on Saturday and Sunday, when widespread storms and lower temperatures will last throughout the day.

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