The weather in Munich invites you to be outside, especially on weekends. But the prospects for the upcoming October make one sit up and take notice.
Munich – bright sunshine, temperatures over 20 degrees. Petrus means well again to the people in and around Munich. After many cold and wet days during the month, the mild rays of the sun will comfort many tortured souls. Also on the day of the federal election, September 26th, the weather maps show pure sunshine and temperatures of 23 degrees. After going to the ballot box, the prerequisites for a trip to the green also die. You can enjoy the current weather even more, as the current forecasts for October are rather bleak.
Weather: Last warm phase of the year – forecast likely to fall in temperature
But step by step. At first it remains in Munich in late summer for several days. The temperatures reach up to 23 degrees at the top, at night it cools down, of course, but it is not quite as cold as in the past few weeks. The thermometer then does not drop below 12 degrees. Only on Tuesday, September 28th, the forecasts from wetter.net show rain. Then – as of now – the temperatures should also fall. A maximum of 17 degrees are then displayed. On Wednesday, September 29th, it should be really uncomfortable with a maximum of 13 degrees. The summer phase is now probably the last of the current year.
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Weather: Snow in October? Expert predicts winter weather
In October, temperatures are expected to drop sharply, especially at night. According to weather expert Dominik Jung von wetter.net even below zero. If there is also precipitation, the first snow could have fallen in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg even in lower elevations by the end of October. It is also advisable to adhere to the “Easter to October” rule and to put on the winter tires in good time.
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