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Warm, dry weather to kick off week in southern Germany as thundery showers hold in north

Warm air and dry weather will allow southern Germany to enjoy the best conditions across the nation next week.

After a stormy start to the weekend, drier air will funnel into southern Germany on Sunday and hold through Monday.

Any light jacket or long-sleeved shirt worn on Monday morning will not be needed in the afternoon as temperatures rebound to seasonable levels.

Abundant sunshine will create even higher AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures.

Monday will be ideal for completing yard work or enjoying other outdoor activities, but those spending prolonged time outdoors may want to apply sunscreen.

Most of Bavaria will be able to squeeze out another dry day on Tuesday as temperatures rise slightly and some clouds filter across all of southern Germany.

For Baden-Württemberg, especially southern areas, the dry spell will likely come to an end as showers and thunderstorms arrive from central France.

Temperatures will also rebound across northern Germany early next week, but scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will occur daily in Cologne, Hamburg and Berlin.

When compared to Tuesday, Monday should be the better day for outdoor plans as Monday's showers and thunderstorms will tend to be more isolated, produce light rainfall and only impact a small percentage of the day.

Regardless of the isolated nature, residents are still reminded to seek shelter as soon as thunder is heard to avoid being struck by lightning.