Nuremberg Germany Weather
The sunniest and warmest places were named in December 2018 for the north and south of Germany and the south of the country. The climate is slightly continental, with temperatures of -40 degrees Celsius and a high humidity of about 70 percent.
Although very cold spells have been more common in the past, Birmingham has had a decent number of hot and cold days in recent years. The temperature rarely drops and the average is about 1.5 degrees Celsius higher than in other parts of Germany, which is above average. It gets a high humidity of about 70 percent and is therefore one of the hottest and sunniest parts of Germany. But it is also good in winter, with very warm temperatures and very low humidity.
January and February are particularly cool, with daytime temperatures just above freezing, but some days can feel mild and show a hint of spring.
In Nuremberg it will be dry for 17 days, in February it will be average 7 days and in November it will be average 3 days. In Nuremberg it will be drier on 19 days of the month and dry on 13 days, but in October it snowed on average on one day, in April on average on one day. The average number of days with temperatures above freezing, with daily temperatures just below freezing and precipitation of less than 0.5%, will have been dry in Nienberge in 20 days this month.
The average number of days with temperatures above freezing, with daily temperatures just below freezing and rainfall of less than 0.5%. In Nuremberg it will have been dry for 16 days a month, on 12 days a year it will be dry, in October it snowed on average 4 days and in November it snowed on average 10 days in January. The average rainfall on a single day in January and February, but in March and April it snows an average of 8 days and December. In October, November, December, January, February and March, as well as October and November of this year, it will be drier for 12 days in Nuremberg.
The average number of days with temperatures above freezing, with daily temperatures just below freezing and rainfall of less than 0.5%. In October, November, December, January, February and March, as well as in October and November of this year, Nuremberg will have been dry for 16 days in a month, and in October it snowed for an average of 4 days. And in November it snows in January and February. In July, June, July and August it will be dry for 17 days and it may also be drier than in September, September and October. From June to August it rains an average of 1.6 days per month, and from August to September 1 day. The average rainfall per day in the months of October to November and December and January to March and April and May to May.
The average number of days with temperatures above freezing, with daily temperatures just below freezing and rainfall of less than 0.5%. In July, June, July and August it will have been dry for 16 days in a month in Nuremberg and it may also be drier than in September, September and October. The average rainfall per day in the months of October to November and December and January to March and April and May to May.
The lowest temperature at night will be around 0º C, so be prepared for it with rain-proof jackets, sweaters and trousers. During the day it will be warm, especially during the day, but at night temperatures will be low at -0 ° C. The temperature will be moderate.
The maximum temperature is 41 degrees in December, and the lowest temperature is above the average temperature of The average monthly January temperatures are -0 ° C during the day, -1 ° F at night and -3 ° C. DegF at dawn. July is the warmest month in terms of average daily temperature, with an average temperature of -2ºC.
If you want to visit Nuremberg in a very warm time, the hottest months are July, August and then June. When the summer weather is in full swing, it is a time when daytime temperatures can be 82 degrees Celsius or higher. The climate in Nuremberg begins to warm up in spring and summer, with the daily maximum temperatures rising to over 15 degrees in April.
With temperatures between 11 and 13 degrees and a good eight hours of sunshine, Nuremberg is not too hot or too cold.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019, was even hotter, but the weather is unpredictable in most places, so put on your sweaters and put on a sweater. Germany has a temperate climate for a country, with cold but mild sea temperatures in Germany and long periods of frost and snow are rare. As far as radiation detectors are concerned, the climate in Germany is moderate and generally low in radiation exposure (less than 0.5 milligrams per cubic metre). The long-term weather average gives a good indication of the weather until October 2021 and includes figures for temperature, sunshine and precipitation across Europe. In the summer months, warm phases are expected, while the sea temperature is cold and mild throughout Germany.