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How is the weather in Berlin in March?

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The month of April in Berlin is a month that offers changeable spring weather and tends to be cool and sometimes wet.


HOW WARM OR COLD WILL IT BE?

March in Berlin tends to be somewhat cold, however, temperatures do start to warm and the weather dries out a bit near the month’s end.

Early in March, you will most likely experience morning lows in the about 1 C (mid-30s F) with a few of the colder mornings dropping down to -4 C (25F) or below. 

 

Average Temperatures in berlin in march

 

Afternoon temperatures early in March will most likely be in the about 7 C (mid-40s F). 

As the month ends, morning temperatures will normally be in the 3-4C (upper 30s F) while the afternoons are more likely to see the 12-13 C (mid-50s F).

A few of the warmer afternoons towards the end of March could get up into the about 15-17C (low to mid 60s F). 

Temperature extremes in March have been as low as -10 C (14 F) to as warm as 21 C (70F).


HOW MUCH RAIN OR SUN?

Skies tend to be mostly cloudy this month with about 17 days reporting some precipitation with about 8 of these also reporting some snow.

Weather Calendar Berlin March

 

The risk for snow on any given day is about 20% at the beginning of March but only 6% by the month's end.


WHAT TO WEAR IN BERLIN DURING MARCH

Winter gear, including warm coats, gloves and hats are still needed along with an umbrella and other rain gear for the wetter days including the risk for snow.

 

What to Wear Berlin in March (1)

 

Towards the end of the month, however, a medium-weight coat or jacket may suffice, especially on the warmer afternoons. 

Don't forget to bring some good walking shoes.


THINGS TO DO IN BERLIN IN MARCH

All times of the year, Berlin has so much to do from visiting its many museums on Museum Island, going to historic sites such as the Reichstag, the Holocaust Memorial, remnants of the Berlin Wall and Berlin’s famous street art.

Here is a top 10 list of things to do in Berlin this month. For more details, visit the full post

 

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Fred Pickhardt
Ocean Weather Services

About The Author

Fred Pickhardt

Fred is a marine meteorologist and sailed briefly with American Export Lines in the Far East trade. He has extensive experience in weather analysis, weather forecasting, and forensic weather event reconstructions. Fred founded Ocean Weather Services and currently provides forensic marine weather reports to the maritime industry.
Updated: September 25th, 2021
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