Throughout the country, temperatures are predicted to range between 29 and 34C, according to the German Weather Service (DWD).
In Berlin temperatures will are slated to reach 32C, in Frankfurt 31C, in Cologne 33C and in Munich 28C.
Vor allem dem Südwesten und der Mitte #Deutschlands stehen noch einmal heiße Tage ins Haus mit dem Höhepunkt am kommenden Dienstag.
Mehr dazu und welche Rolle die #Waldbrände an der US-Westküste dabei spielen könnten im heutigen Thema des Tages: https://t.co/VaR8q6SBYG /V pic.twitter.com/Z5zVJOo41b
— DWD (@DWD_presse) September 12, 2020
The following tweet from DWD shows in red which parts of Germany could reach between 30 and 34C on Tuesday.
The Mercury is expected to reach the highest in the Rhine Valley and southwest Germany, and also top the 30C mark in the east.
The Hitze (heat) has continued from the weekend and Monday, when temperatures also rose above 30C around the country.
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But the summer weather is expected to simmer down by Wednesday, when temperatures between 24 and 31C are predicted around the whole country.
On Thursday, they are expected to drop further to the low 20s around most of the country, and high teens in windy northern Germany.
Germany isn’t the only European country seeing unseasonably warm temperatures. In the southwest part of neighbouring France, temperatures have reached a record 37.9C.