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While some parts of Germany had a disruptive snowfall at midweek, change is on the way as temperatures rise into Sunday.
Widespread snowfall of 2-8 cm (1-3 inches) was reported across eastern Germany from Tuesday into Wednesday, but that will all be a distant memory by the end of the weekend.
Temperatures will continue to climb across eastern Germany into Sunday.
A big surge in warmth is expected across the east on Sunday as temperatures reach 14-18 C (57-61 F) from Munich to Dresden, Berlin and Hamburg.
Even though the warmth will be welcomed by many, a bit of rain will fall across western parts of the country on Sunday, potentially dampening outdoor events.
Most of the rainfall is expected in far western parts of the country from Cologne to Karlsruhe and Freiburg.
Locations from Stuttgart to Munich, Nuremberg and Dresden are expected to see a dry day, though some clouds will move overhead.
Temperatures will trend downward on Monday and Tuesday as additional rounds of rainfall cross the entire country.
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