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Berlin

Avg weather in October
October
    15°
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    SUN
    9 Hrsper day
    RAIN
    66 mmper month
    HUMIDITY
    78 %avg
    WIND
    7 Mphavg
    Berlin

    Berlin weather October

    What’s the weather like in Berlin in October?

    The mild Berlin weather in October brings many visitors to this historical and cultural city. The temperature will be around 13°C on average and with slightly less rainfall than September and November. If you’re heading to Germany for the famous Oktoberfest, then why not plan a trip to this exciting capital?

    Geographical influences

    The climate in Germany usually sees cities in the west and south, like Cologne and Munich, enjoy better temperatures than those in the north and east. Berlin is in the east of the country, but its metropolitan landscape insulates the city and keeps temperatures  a little higher than nearby rural towns.

    Averages

    Make the most of the pleasant autumn weather in Berlin in October before the crisper winter conditions set in. In October, Germany’s busy capital city can see highs of 15°C but drop to under 6°C at night. During the day, the sun can shine for four to five hours on average. It rises just after 7am at the beginning of October and won’t disappear until 6.45pm. October is often one of the drier months in Berlin. Only 36mm falls on average, during 12 rain-affected days and any showers are usually short. The humidity and UV levels are low and the wind shouldn’t be too chilly, even in the open parks and gardens around Berlin.

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