Showers will occur across Germany in the days leading up to Christmas; however, dry weather is expected on the holiday itself.
A frontal boundary will cause showers on Monday in parts of Germany, dampening Frankfurt, Nuremberg and Berlin.
Showers from a storm system in the North Sea will graze northern Germany on Tuesday, impacting Hamburg, Bremen and Berlin.
The arrival of the associated cold front will then bring another round of showers to Hamburg and Bremen on Wednesday with the shower chance dropping southward to Frankfurt.
Rainfall is not expected to be heavy enough to produce any major travel problems in the days leading up to Christmas; however, low clouds can result in some flight delays.
This front will finally depart for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day allowing dry air to build over Germany, bringing an end to the rainy weather.
Though several frontal boundaries will track across the country in the days leading up to Christmas, no true cold air is expected to penetrate southward from Scandinavia.
As a result, temperatures will continue to be mild with highs ranging from 7-11 C (45-52 F) throughout the country on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.