Click or tap the cities on the Germany Weather Map to see the weather and historic climate information for that German city. The map indicates relative levels of precipitation in Germany, the darker areas on the map indicating increasing amounts of rainfall.
Northern Germany is a fine place to visit in the summer, when temperatures are moderate. Berlin, for example, peaks out at 73 degrees in July and August, a respite from the soaring temperatures around the Mediterranean. The city of Hamburg can be downright cold in summer.
The best times to go to the south, as usual for this part of Europe, is spring and fall. You'll enjoy good weather, cheaper lodging, and fewer tourists (although this is changing!). Visitors to Munich and Bavaria will generally find Fall a perfect time to experience Germany, with Oktoberfest, fall colors, and wine festivals all in full swing.
Use our Germany weather map to click on the city you're interested in to get graphs of the high and low historic temperatures, rainfall and the latest weather conditions. Below are buttons linking to major tourist cities with historic climate information, in case you can't use the map.