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    Germany to receive a break from stormy weather this week

    By Eric Leister, AccuWeather senior meteorologist
    November 14, 2017, 8:12:46 AM EST

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    Following a period of unsettled weather, calmer weather is expected throughout Germany the next several days.

    High pressure will move from France into southern Poland, fostering largely dry weather through at least Thursday.

    Locations from Frankfurt and Cologne to Dresden, Nuremberg and Munich can expect several dry days with partly to mostly sunny skies.

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    Despite the dry and tranquil weather, the chill that arrived on Sunday will remain across southern Germany this week.

    High temperatures will range from 3-7 C (38-44 F) across Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria.

    While dry weather prevails farther south, there will be a threat for daily showers across far northern Germany.

    A weak frontal boundary will settle across northern Germany and spark a few showers each day through Thursday.

    The greatest threat for these showers will be from Bremen, Hamburg and Kiel to Stralsund and Neubrandenburg.

    Even though a shower or two is possible each day, most of the day will be rain-free with any showers generally lasting 30 minutes or less.

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    Despite the threat for showers, milder air will also spread across northern Germany.

    High temperatures will reach 8-10 C (46-50 F) each day into Friday from Hamburg and Cologne to Berlin and Dresden.

    A cold front will cross Germany on Friday with scattered showers. Behind this front it will turn colder and unsettled throughout the country on Saturday and Sunday.

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