What’s the weather like in Germany in December?
Be prepared for a cold and wintery climate during your holiday this month. Like it will be throughout all of northern Europe at this time, the cold Germany weather in December means you’ll need to wrap up warm as you enjoy the delights of Christmas in cities like Munich, Dortmund, Cologne and Berlin.
Germany’s one of Europe’s largest countries and has a range of weather in December. The north, by the North and Baltic Sea, will not be as cold as the south around Munich and Stuttgart. Here, which is by the borders with Austria and Switzerland, there could be light snowfall in late November and daytime temperatures close to freezing.
It’ll be a surprise if the average temperature gets much higher than 4°C or 5°C in December. It’s likely to be around 0°C in the far south. The sun shines for about three or four hours in December and rises at 8am and sets just before 4pm. Rainfall’s higher than in October and November and you could see 53mm this month over 15 rain-affected days. The weather in Germany in December will see some wintery showers, which are more likely in the south and along the eastern border with Poland and the Czech Republic.