Temperatures could reach the upper teens in some parts of the country, according the German Weather Service. However, they will be accompanied by a low-pressure system bringing more moisture to Central Europe.
On Thursday, it will remain mostly cloudy with some showers northeast of the Elbe River. Elsewhere the sun could occasionally peek through the clouds. Rain will come from the west later in the day, as temperatures hit five degrees Celsius in southeastern Bavaria and 10 degrees in the Lower Rhine region.
There will be drizzle early on Friday that could turn into steady rain in the north. Further south it will remain dry and partly sunny. Temperatures will rise to between 10 and 15 degrees in the south and eight degrees in the northeast.
The rain will continue in the west and north of the country on Saturday, but towards the Alps will begin to dry out. Temperatures for the day will be rather mild for November, hitting 17 degrees in the south and 10 to 15 degrees elsewhere.