What is Germany like in March?
Obviously it's too early to be able to know for sure but I'm just asking a general question haha.
I'm going to Berlin and Munich next March break and I'm curious about the weather...is it usually really cold and snowy?
Lmao I obviously don't expect you to know what the weather will be like next year, I'm just asking a general question. Is it usually cold? Is it usually sunny? So please don't treat me like an idiot. Also, I come from Canada so it's not like cold and snowy weather is something that shocks me.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Depending on where you come from, it can be pretty miserable, gray, wet and cold, especially if you come from sunny climes.
Average temperature for March in Berlin is 0-8ºC/32-46ºF. Snow and ice is usually in January and February.
Be sure to take clothing for rainy weather. And the wind can also be cold. But, Berlin is good for a visit at any time of the year.
If you want it in detail, look in this link, where you can see the precipitation, temperatures, sunrise and sunset etc.
It is much the same for Munich. Its spring. The weather can be like anything. From cold, windy rainy to snow to warm, sunny, early summer. Although, snow isn't too likely anymore. You can in general expect temperatures between 5C and 15C. Bier "Gartens" as far as the outside seating will almost certainly not be open. However, there are plenty of great indoor Bier Halls and eateries.
- Heidi TLv 78 years ago
- Gerd PLv 78 years ago
German weather in spring is unpredictable.
Last year the beer-gardens and street-cafees were opened up by mid of March as we had temperatures of 20-25°C [68-77°F] during the day.
This year it was still snowing and freezing cold by mid of March.
How it is going to be next year? ▬ who knows..
Berlin March 2012:
Berlin March 2013:
Munich March 2012:
Munich March 2013:Source(s): Living in Germany
- Anonymous8 years ago
hopefully the same weather like this year a lot of snow and low temperatures despite it is spring or better high temperatures sunny
wait and seeSource(s): climate changes in real