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Sunshine and warmth predicted across Germany for next week

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Sunshine and warmth predicted across Germany for next week
Sunshine and clear skies are predicted across Germany. Photo:DPA
12:04 CET+01:00
Get your sunglasses out - clear skies, sunshine and warm temperatures are predicted for the next couple of weeks across Germany.

Starting Friday, the whole of Germany is in store for dry weather, mostly clear skies and lots of sun, according to the German Weather Service (DWD).

There will, however, be a chance of frost during the night, as nighttime temperatures are expected to hit between 0C and -4C over the next 12 days.

DWD prediction for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday:

On Friday the west and south can expect temperatures in the day of between 14C and 18C, with the northeast reaching 10C to 14C, and 9C expected in coastal areas.

These conditions are set to continue for the next week at least, with the addition of small patches of clouds in the northwest and across the south.

The highest temperature over the next two weeks is expected to be 20C in the southwest between March 28th and 30th.

There is a chance of a little rain in north and east Germany between March 28th and March 30th, but the country should still enjoy very sunny weather overall. Wind and clouds in the north mean temperatures there will sway between 8C and 14C.

This won't last forever though! The first week of April heralds cooler daytime temperatures, though the chance of frost during the night will decrease. This is to be accompanied by occasional rainfall.

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