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Anonymous asked in TravelEurope (Continental)Other - Europe · 1 decade ago

What is appropriate clothing to wear in Frankfurt during March?

Well my husband and I are traveling to Frankfurt, Strasbourg France, and Zurich Switzerland from March 4 until the 14th. I was wondering what the weather was like then and what type of clothing I should pack? I went to Paris four years ago and it was really warm and only wore a rain coat most of the time. Any suggestions would be fantastic!

Thank you!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Weather in Europe is never really predictable, so you will have to check the forecast at the last moment and still be flexible about it.

    Young people will wear jeans, T-shirt, sweater and a light jacket on mild days but still use their wintercoat if the weather is chilly.

    It is unlikely to be freezing during the day, but it can still be pretty cold in the night, and Europe is having a cold winter this year, so you might be getting a late cold spell as well.

    If you do not like jeans you can choose your clothing about as warm.

    Best check the weather just before you leave:

    http://www.weather-forecast.com/locations/Frankfur... with temperatures in C,

    http://www.webcams.travel/webcam/1212181257-Weathe... both C and F, are a few random ones.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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