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Germany lies in the moderately cool west wind zone between the Atlantic Ocean and the continental climate in the east. Large temperature swings are rare. Precipitation in all seasons. In winter the average temperature fluctuates between 1.5 degrees Celsius in the lowlands and - 6 degrees Celsius in the mountains. The average in July is around 18 degrees Celsius in the lowlands and 20 degrees Celsius in the sheltered valleys of the south. Exceptions are the Upper Rhine Graben with its very mild climate, Upper Bavaria with its intermittently occurring hairdryer, a warm alpine sirocco, and the resin, which together with its cold winds, cool summers and snowy winters, its own climate zone.

Germany belongs completely to a temperate climate in the west central area and is located in the transitional zone between the maritime climate in Western Europe and the continental climate of Eastern Europe. The climate in Germany is among others influenced by the Gulf Stream, the climate values for the latitude unusually mild designed.
The mean annual rainfall (based on the years 1961-1990) is 700 millimeters. The average monthly rainfall varies from 40 millimeters to 77 millimeters in February, in June.
The lowest ever temperature measured in Germany amounted to -45.9 degrees Celsius, while it was on 24 December 2001 registered on Funtensee. The highest ever temperature was 40.3 degrees Celsius, and was on 8 Nennig reached in August 2003 in the Saarland. In part, the data are conflicting, so loud was the German weather service in Germany with the absolute maximum temperature measured 40.2 degrees Celsius on 27 Gärmersdorf in July 1983 in Amberg (Upper Palatinate), on 9 August 2003 in Karlsruhe, and on 13 August 2003 in Freiburg and Karlsruhe.

The time series of air temperature in Germany shows the monthly averages of surface air temperature in Germany. The readings cover the period from 1761 to today. The temperatures are grouped into monthly, seasonal and annual averages.
On top of the list are the average and extreme values for the entire measurement period. At the extremes is given each year in which this occurred. Then follow the readings in sections of ten years (decades) with the corresponding 10-year average. Other lists include 30-year periods and 10-year periods for the entire period.


Summer temperatures
The summer with a mean temperature of 16.2 ° C (1961-1990: 16.3 ° C) had a very different course than the annual values. At the beginning of the series, there are many hot summers. In the years 1826 and 1834 they reached an average temperature of 18.4 ° C. The coldest summer was also during that period: in 1816 it reached 14.1 ° C on average. This year has also become known as the year without a summer, when it by late in many areas and Frühfröste came to affect the harvest. This phenomenon was probably caused by the catastrophic eruption of the Tambora volcano in Java, Indonesia. This involves large amounts of dust are transported into the stratosphere, which then reduced the sunlight for many months. Around 1870 a slight cooling occurred, which reached its coldest point in the time series around 1920. This area also several summer were less than 15 ° C on average. In 1947 there were an average temperature of 18.5 ° C. For the second-warmest summer ever, the problems caused by his severe drought in nature. Since 1980, the summer temperatures rose sharply and surpassed the century summer of 2003 and an extreme heat wave with a mean temperature of 19.7 ° C all the previous summer, the time series by far.


Autumn temperatures
The autumn with a mean temperature of 8.3 ° C (1961-1990: 8.8 ° C) showed up around 1910 rather constant values, but also had some very hot and very cold seasons. The coldest autumn was in 1786 with a mean of 5.8 ° C. Another very cold autumn 1774, a stepped with a mean temperature of 6.5 ° C. From 1910, there were initially some very cool autumn with the zweitkältesten In 1912, at 6.1 ° C. Then, the fall means increased very rapidly by just one degree, and then again remained fairly constant at higher levels. The year 1982, initially on even the warmest autumn since 1761 with 10.4 ° C, but was with the fall of 2006 and a mean of 12.0 ° C clearly surpassed. In recent years, there were other clear warm autumn, such as in 2000 with 10.2 ° C, 2005 with 10.1 ° C and 1999 with 10.0 ° C.


Winter temperatures
The winter has for the period 1761 to 2008 an average of -0.4 ° C (1961-1990: 0.2 ° C). With a fluctuation of more than 10 ° C, the winter has a much wider variation range than the other seasons, with about 6 ° C. Thus he takes a great influence on the course of the series the year. The winter was up to about 1890 during a relatively cold, but also of very mild winters, such as, for example, 1795/96 was suspended at 2.7 ° C, Winter 1829/30 was the coldest time series with a mean of -6.6 ° C. The following are the mean temperatures of the winter rose to a peak around 1920 by about 1 ° C. Thereafter, the mean temperature of the winter fell back somewhat. In and after the war there were some very cold winters, such as -4.7 ° C in 1939/40, -4.2 ° C -4.5 ° C in 1941/42 and winter 1946/47. The zweitkälteste winter series performed with an average of -5,5 ° C in winter 1962/63. Over the past 20 years, the winter mean temperature rose significantly. In this period was the second warmest winter of 1989-90 at 3.6 ° C, which was then 2006/07 once again exceeded 0.8 ° C to clear.

Germany has a multifaceted environment. The Upper Rhine Valley has a very mild climate which is suitable for viticulture. In the Bavarian Alps, in the Harz Mountains and the Black Forest, however, it is cool, in winter there is plenty of snow. Weather, 10-day weather forecast for Germany and Europe. The report containing information on temperature, wind speed, air pressure and cloud sun in different cities. Inter alia Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Essen, Cologne, Saxony, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Dresden, Nuremberg, Leipzig, Hesse, Hanover, Dortmund, Kiel, Sylt, Mannheim, Germany, Baltic Sea, Dusseldorf, Karlsruhe, dysentery, Lower Saxony, Lake Constance, Augsburg, Bonn, Duisburg

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