Sunday, September 3, 2006
Berlin: Germany's hottest city
It's hard to believe right now, but according to RBB in the three months between June and August Berlin was Germany's hottest city, with an average temperature of 21.2°C, beating the much more southwesterly Freiburg (21.1°C) and Heidelberg (20.7°C). Despite the inclemently cool August that puts the average temperature 2°C over the long-term average, and July was the hottest month since records began in 1900.
For more information on Berlin's climate, see our Climate and Weather page.
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