What’s the weather like in Germany in April?
Spring’s fully underway this month in Germany and the winter conditions give way to a very mild climate and a good deal of sunshine. The Germany weather in April sees the average temperature reach into double figures and there’s usually less rainfall than in the summer.
Germany’s one of the biggest countries in Europe and its weather and climate varies quite a lot. In the north and east, the temperature’s influenced by the North Sea and Baltic Sea and it’s often cooler and wetter than in the south. Cities inland can be warmer than coastal spots. In the south, around mountainous areas near Austria and Switzerland, conditions are cold in winter, but hot and humid in summer and late spring.
You’ll need to pack a sweater for your exciting trip to Germany this month, but there’s no need for a thick winter coat. The temperature should stay above 13°C and be very pleasant in the April sunshine. On average, Germany gets around five hours of sunshine in the spring and it’s worth bringing your sunglasses if you’re lucky to catch some bright April weather. There could be a bit more rainfall than in March but only 41mm is expected across 13 wet weather days. In the evening, the temperature could drop into single figures so bring a jacket if you want to explore Germany’s sights and attractions after the sun goes down. The mild weather in Germany in April will help make your city or countryside break to this fascinating country very enjoyable.