A brief attack of winter in Germany is ahead!

Temperatures in Germany are dropping, with snow and snow with rain in many parts of the country on Thursday.

At an altitude of around 1,500m, temperatures will drop from 4°C to -12°C. Climatologist Dr. Karsten Brandt of Donnerwetter.de predicts snowfall in Berlin, Munich, and also in Nuremberg.

Meteorologist Dominik Jung of wetter.net reports that it will be white for a short time, but the snow is unlikely to last in the lowlands.

Here is the weather forecast for Germany for the next few days:

Thursday: 1°C to 5°C, wet and cold, in areas above 400 m above sea level it will be white, heavy snow in places and slippery roads!

Friday: 0°C to 6°C, changeable weather with snowfall

Saturday: 0°C to 7°C, light snow showers

Sunday: 2°C to 8°C, changeable weather with rain showers, snow in areas with altitudes of 500-600 m

Monday: 2°C to 8°C, mostly clear, cloudy, foggy, possibly some drizzle

So far this year’s winter in Germany is 2.5 degrees warmer than the average of the last 30 years!

Source: www.bz-berlin.de

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