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Weekend warmth waves goodbye as cooler week begins

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Weekend warmth waves goodbye as cooler week begins
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15:24 CEST+02:00
After a sunny Saturday and Sunday, Germany is in for a decidedly less summery start to the workweek. Rain, clouds and cooler temperatures are in the forecast by the German Weather Service (DWD).

Meteorologists in Offenbach are predicting a cloudy Monday, with rain primarily to the south and east of the country. Further northwest, Germans could see a bit of sun, but fall is in the forecast, with temperatures ranging between 18 and 23 degrees Celsius.

Overnight, the DWD forecasts a break in the rain, making room for fog in the nighttime hours. Temperatures are set to drop even further to between 13 and 7 degrees, with milder weather along the coast.

A hint of the weekend sun is due to make an appearance on Tuesday, but the clouds are also expected to roll in over northwestern Germany, bringing rain in the afternoon. The DWD predicts a mix of sun and clouds to the south and east, with temperatures hovering between 17 and 23 degrees Celsius.

Those areas are among the few that will see some sun on Wednesday, with clouds in the forecast for the rest of the country and plenty of rain in central Germany.

By midweek, temperatures are due to settle between 16 and 21 degrees.

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