The summer is hibernating for the time being. Monday will bring heavy rain in the north and south of the country, according to the german weather service (DWD) in offenbach.
Rain fronts retreat towards the southeast during the day. Otherwise, it will remain mostly dry with high temperatures ranging from 19 degrees at the north sea to 26 degrees in the rhine-main region.
On tuesday, it will remain mostly dry in the north and in the center with changeable cloud cover, as it was announced by the DWD. In the south the showers and thunderstorms increase. In the evening it can come south of the danube to thunderstorms and powerful scrubs. Temperatures during the day range between 19 and 26 degrees.
According to the DWD forecast, rain will continue to fall in the south on wednesday. In case of heavy clouds, at least the sun will shine through from time to time. In the other parts of germany it remains mostly dry. The highest temperatures are between 17 and 24 degrees celsius.
After repeated hot spells since june, the weather and temperature have now returned to normal for central europe and for the season, the weather service announced this weekend. However, this does not necessarily mean the end of the summer; new, longer heat waves are still quite possible.
For example, the so-called indian summer, a persistent high-pressure situation over central europe, is typical for september. "High temperatures of around 30 degrees are not uncommon in the process."Daytime high temperatures of 25 degrees or more are possible well into october.