Dry and seasonable weather will spread into Germany early next week, putting an end to the recent unsettled pattern.
An area of high pressure will build across Europe Monday and Tuesday, allowing drier air to move in across most of the country and for thick clouds to retreat.
The switch in the weather pattern will allow more opportunities for sunshine and for people to spend time outside, a big difference when compared to the cloudy and wet weekend.
Temperatures will be between 11 C and 14 C (52 F and 57 F) across the north and between 12 C and 16 C (54 F and 60 F) across the south Monday and Tuesday. Those planning to go out will want to grab a light jacket.
Overnight temperatures during this time will drop between 1 C and 5 C (34 F and 41 F) across the country.
While most of Germany will experience dry weather, there will be one exception.
"Hamburg, Germany, will get a few showers around with a cool northwesterly wind," AccuWeather Meteorologist Tyler Roys said.
Along with Hamburg, the rest of northern Germany will be at risk for clouds and showers as well.
However, these showers will be short-lived and very light. Regardless, those spending time outdoors will want to pack an umbrella just in case.
Dry weather may arrive as soon as Sunday for some parts of Germany, including Dortmund and Mainz where two Bundesliga matches will be played.
The area of high pressure may stick around beyond Tuesday, potentially allowing dry and pleasant weather to continue for a longer period of time.