Dusseldorf Germany Weather
The weather camera program Office is pleased to announce the introduction of the first and only weather camera in Germany, the DussELDORF-Düsseldorf. This page contains information about the construction, construction and use of the DÜSSELDorf weather cameras. In 1989, it was created by a team of artists, including Bodo Sperling and Thierry Noir. It is the first of its kind in the world and one of only two in Germany, the other in France.
The horizontal axis is the day of the year, the vertical axis is the hour of the day and the colour is an average temperature for this hour and day.
The data shown were calculated relative to the peak, so that a value of 70.3 in April means 70.3 for tourists in June and 60.5 in July. When you look at the best times to visit DA 1.4 sseldorf for hot weather activities, the hottest months are July, August and then June. January, February and March are the driest weather we have. According to this value, the warmest time to visit Düsseldorf is mid-July to mid-August, and the coldest months are March and April.
We drive from May to August, when the weather is changeable and after a disturbance the sun can come out. In the morning it can rain, in the summer thunderstorms can break out in the afternoon.
There are pleasant, but also cool phases, with daytime temperatures between 20 degrees Celsius and 6 degrees Celsius below zero.
But it is still expected to rain, so do not go to Berlin without a waterproof jacket or umbrella. It can be a bit cold at night, but given the humidity, the temperature feels cold for half the year. But in cold periods, you can do without it, and the temperatures rarely drop below -20 degrees Celsius. In the summer months, temperatures can drop below 20 degrees.
A travel warning for Germany is in effect until 7 October 2019 and normal security measures are in place, according to the Foreign and Trade Ministry.
Temperatures average 20-24 degrees, but rarely rise above 25 degrees and are mixed by a low pressure system over the east of the country. Be prepared for strong winds, heavy rain and heavy snow, as well as high temperatures and low humidity.
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Each year, two travel values are calculated, which are based on how pleasant the weather is in the region. The best time to visit the DA 1.4 sseldorf in warm weather is according to tourism statistics mid-June to early September. The visit to Düsseldorf lasts from mid-May to mid-September, with the mildest years in mid-to-late summer and early autumn and the coldest in late winter and spring.
The windiest part of the year lasts 5-6 months, with the windiest days this year being on January 17 and the coldest on February 1.
The warmest time of the year is generally mid-July, where highs are regularly reached, but temperatures rarely drop below 14 degrees at night. The hottest day of the year was August 4, with an average high of 76AdegF and a low of 58AdegF, and the coldest day of the year was February 7, with an average low of 33ADegf and a high of 43AdegaF. In general, the warmer season this year is from mid-July to mid-August, where the highest temperature is regularly reached.
The light period of the year lasts 3-6 months, and the dark period in this year lasted between 3 and 7 months. The dark periods in the years lasted between 2 - 3 months and between 1 - 2 months from mid-July to mid-August.
Weather stations reported very large amounts of snow, which was particularly low in January just before mid-January. Be prepared when the snow weather returns to Berlin and the city bathes in a white light at night as usual.
Rainfall is also frequent, but the quietest day of the year is August 5, and the wind blows from the not-too-distant North Sea. The wind that occurs at any given location is a combination of wind speed, wind direction, wind direction and wind temperature. The intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average.
In fact, Düsseldorf is the mildest area in Germany in winter due to its proximity to the sea. Compared to tourist destinations around the world, the area is temperate in summer and cold in winter, but not as cold as the rest of the country.
And finally, no trip to Berlin is complete without a lot of beer, but it's wet, cold, windy and dark (also known as Berlin winter) in Düsseldorf. And yet the facet sheet is littered with the warmest temperatures in Berlin in summer and the coldest in winter, with temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius.