What’s the weather like in Germany in February?
You can expect a cold and crisp climate for your winter trip to Germany. The Germany weather in February is similar to the UK, with temperatures averaging around 3°C to 4°C, but with some pleasant sunshine breaking through. Visitors enjoy taking in the sights and attractions at this time in exciting cities like Munich, Berlin and Frankfurt.
As you’d expect in such a large country, the weather in Germany in February can change depending on where you visit. In the north, close to the North and Baltic Sea, the climate’s milder and wetter. In the south, next to Austria and Switzerland, temperatures are often below freezing in February with some snowfall still around.
As winter comes to a close in late February, Munich and Stuttgart in the south may still be below 0°C at this time. The average temperature for the whole of Germany’s 3°C, with the best weather in the north and west. Rainfall’s a little lower than in January, with light showers bringing about 35mm on average. Pack an umbrella for your trip to Germany in February, as around 12 days could see some wet conditions. Wind speeds are generally moderate to low and in the cities, wind chill shouldn’t be much of a worry. Sunshine should average about three to four hours this month and it rises at 8am and disappears about 4pm.