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Cooler air and showers to invade Germany at midweek

Changes are on the way for Germany, after the weekend featured the warmest air of the year so far across the country.

A cold front will cause rain and a few thunderstorms to spread eastward across Germany on Tuesday and Tuesday night which will bringing an end to the unseasonable warmth.

A few of the storms could contain hail in eastern Germany during the afternoon and evening.

Morning showers will linger in the south and east on Wednesday as cooler air arrives across the country.

A storm moving across the North Sea will send showers into northwestern Germany on Wednesday afternoon along with some gusty winds.

Showers will be scattered across all of Germany from Wednesday night into Thursday; however, rainfall will generally be light and last 30 minutes or less in any single location.

High temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday will be 8-11 degrees C (15-20 degrees F) cooler than what was felt on Sunday and Monday.

A storm will bring rain to southern and eastern Germany on Friday and Saturday while dry weather prevails elsewhere.

Temperatures will be near normal from Frankfurt and Hamburg to Berlin on Friday with highs ranging from 11-13 C (52-55 F).

Farther south, temperatures will climb to only 7-9 C (44-48 F) from Stuttgart to Munich and Dresden with plenty of clouds and a chilly rain.