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need affirmation, germany weather in february

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friend and former munich resident maintains that while germany weather in february is certainly cold with snow, it is nothing like winters in new england - meaning less snow and warmer than new england.

i did some temperature averaging research of germany february weather and noted an average low of 20F, average high of 32F, with average 23 days below 32F.

now, that's generally what i know new england winters to be like, though admittedly germany seems in the averages to have less snowfall in general.

can anyone affirm accuracy of above, and / or offer any further insight into mid to late february weather characteristics in germany?

thank you in advance for your time spent in reply...jfm.

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