A weak storm will bring more unsettled weather to Germany during the middle of the week following the snow that fell in southern and eastern Germany into Tuesday.
Milder air arriving ahead of this storm will prevent any accumulating snowfall this time; however, some of the highest terrain of western and southern Germany could see snow showers.
Areas from Hamburg to Dusseldorf and Frankfurt can expect numerous showers from Wednesday into Thursday. Accompanying the showers will be gusty winds both days.
High temperatures will range from 5-7 C (41-45 F), which is close to normal for early March.
Farther south, areas from Stuttgart to Munich will see a couple of showers both Wednesday and Thursday with some wet snowflakes mixing in at night.
High temperatures will also range from 5-7 C (41-45 F), however, low temperatures will fall to near 0 C (32 F) at night.
Following snow early in the week, Leipzig and Dresden will turn milder during the middle of the week. Showers will be widespread on Wednesday, but become isolated on Thursday with some parts of Saxony remaining dry.
Similar weather is expected farther north in Berlin where high temperatures will reach 7-8 C (45-46 F).
Another storm will arrive on Friday continuing the threat for rainfall across Germany into the weekend.