What’s the weather like in Germany in October?
The Germany weather in October is several degrees cooler than the summer as the autumn climate takes over. There’s still some good sunshine to enjoy as you explore the country, but you’ll need a warm layer and perhaps an umbrella.
Germany has a slight north-south split in its weather and climate. In the north, around cities like Hamburg and Hannover, there’s a cooling breeze from the North and Baltic Sea. The south sees temperatures rise a little and with a bit more rainfall.
The average temperature across Germany in October’s 14°C. On some sunny days, this will rise by a couple of degrees and the average low will be around 9°C. At night, it’s likely to be 7°C or 8°C and perhaps lower in the countryside. The weather in October in Germany is some of the driest all year. You can expect 36mm of rainfall this month during 12 wet weather days, which shouldn’t spoil any outdoor plans you have. Sunshine levels are good in this autumn month and it’ll shine for four or five hours. The sun rises at 7.30am in the middle of October and sets at 6.15pm.