Following the chill and, in some cases, snow last week, conditions will remain cool, damp and dreary through Tuesday across parts of Germany.
A broad upper-level area of low pressure will slowly shift eastward on Tuesday; however, below-normal temperatures and showers will persist across much of Germany. The best chance for showers will be areas near the border with Poland and Czech Republic.
There will be isolated showers across northeastern parts of the country as well, possibly in Berlin. Rain will generally be light, but anyone traveling outdoors should be prepared for a 10- to 15-minute shower at some point during the day.
AccuWeather Meteorologist Ben Noll mentioned that while the chill would hold on across the nation into Tuesday, a warming trend is forecast for the midweek.
Temperatures will rise a few degrees in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich and Hamburg on Tuesday, but will still be below normal for this time of year.
Temperatures will return to more seasonable levels on Wednesday and Thursday across all of Germany.
While most of Germany can expect dry weather on Wednesday, an approaching frontal boundary will bring late day showers to far western Germany.
The front will shift east Wednesday night into Thursday with scattered showers throughout the entire country. The greatest threat for showers appears to be across the northern half of the country Wednesday night and Thursday.