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Germany is a huge country so it has considerable climate variety. The Northwestern and coastal areas have a maritime influenced climate. In these regions, the summer is warm and the winter mild and cloudy. Being exposed to both mild air masses from the Atlantic Ocean and cold air masses from Russia or the North Pole, Germany’s climate can experience remarkable changes.
Being exposed to both mild air masses from the Atlantic Ocean and cold air masses from Russia or the North Pole, Germany’s climate can experience remarkable changes. The northern area is slightly milder, but also rainier and windier, because of the influence of the Atlantic Ocean. On the Baltic coast, the climate is similar to that of the North Sea coast. The wind blows less frequently and less intensely. The western region along with the Rhine River corridor is exposed to air masses of Atlantic origin because of the proximity to France. The German summer brings pleasant temperatures, with highs ranging on average about 21 °C in the northern coast, to 25 °C in the rest of the country. In autumn the weather becomes progressively colder and rainy. In spring, temperatures rise slowly. Winters in Germany are generally mild temperatures of about 1 °C or even higher, but can sometimes be harsh with heavy snowfall and temperatures below zero.