For our friends in the US:
15-18°C at night is cool, but nice.
20-25°C during the day is usually nice and warm.
22°C is okay at offices.
30°C is where people usually start to complain.
38°C is HOT.
40°C is almost unbearable.
45-50°C is Death valley.
0°C is water freezing, -10°C is a good winter in southern Germany. -20°C is possible in winter in Germany.
100°C is water boiling.
@musicmatze also for those of us in USA:
South Germany is still north of pretty much anywhere in USA mainland
(I spent a couple years near Kaiserslautern. I should never have left, but I had no choice.)
Why have you been to Germany? I'd love to be able to move to northern America for one or two years. (Favourite would be Canada though).
@musicmatze I was in the Air Force, so as soon as I re-enlisted, I was assigned an overseas tour ;o)
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