A cold front will produce rain across Germany into Tuesday, but dry conditions will make a comeback to end the week.
High pressure will build across western Europe and supply dry air throughout Germany on Wednesday and Thursday.
A cold front rushing southward from Scandinavia on Friday will cause showers throughout northern and eastern Germany, while dry weather continues elsewhere.
Even though areas from Hamburg to Berlin and Dresden could get a shower or two on Friday, rainfall will generally last less than 30 minutes in any given location.
The front will stall across eastern Germany this weekend continuing the threat of showers, though much of each day will remain dry with at least some sunshine.
Dry weather will prevail each day through the weekend across western Germany where morning clouds will give way to more sunshine each afternoon.
"Fog will also be an issue, especially in the north, each morning from Wednesday through Friday," AccuWeather Meteorologist Tyler Roys said.
Temperatures will be within a few degrees above normal across western Germany during the second half of the week. Highs will range from 13-15 C (55-59 F).
Meanwhile, eastern Germany will have temperatures near normal with highs ranging from 10-13 C (50-55 F).