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Forecasters: No sign of winter's return

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Forecasters: No sign of winter's return
A sign in Stuttgart last week reading "Lust auf Frühling". Photo: DPA
08:55 CET+01:00
Winter is not set to return in March, according to forecasters, with February 2014 one of the warmest on record. This weekend it will be cloudy and wet but with highs of 11 C.

On Friday night it is likely to be showery in most places in western and central Germany and forecasters warned thunderstorms were possible in the north west of the country on Saturday. 

Berlin will have the mildest temperatures in Germany with highs of 11 C.

Sunday, meanwhile, is set to be cloudy with showers and temperatures ranging from 5 C to 10 C.

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Forecasters DWD said February’s mild and dry weather made it one of the warmest since records began.

And Thomas Ruppert from the weather service said there were still no signs in the medium-term forecast of winter returning in March.

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