Mega cold wave in Austria: temperature drops to almost -20 degrees

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Once again, temperatures drop to almost -20 degrees in the night to tomorrow.

While it consistently blows polar air into our latitudes, it provides cloudless skies. This combination is predestined for bone-chilling cold, and it continues to have us firmly in its clammy grip.

The good thing, however, is that the wind is dropping throughout Austria, which makes the dry air less cutting.

Winter shows its best side
This circumstance and the sunshine shining over large parts of the country today and especially tomorrow invite to winter walks like in a picture book. Perfect conditions in the mountains as well: sunshine, sub-zero temperatures and fantastic snow conditions in almost all winter sports resorts in the country.

How does it go on in the next days in detail: The very severe cold with temperatures below -20 degrees is over. Nevertheless, it remains bitterly cold with lows around 15, 16 degrees below freezing. The cold poles continue to be in the southwest of the country, i.e. in Tyrol, Styria, Carinthia and Vorarlberg.

Temperature rise at the start of the week
Monday will once again start very frosty with lows around minus 15 degrees. During the day, plus degrees are to be expected throughout. From Tuesday, humid and milder air masses will spread over Austria from the west. This will cause snowfall at higher altitudes and rain in the lowlands. Maximum temperatures: around 4 degrees.

A year ago it was 30° warmer
The difference could not be greater: Exactly one year ago, it was spring-like warm in many parts of Austria – especially in the west, where up to 18 degrees Celsius were measured on February 14 – 30 degrees warmer than now!

— source:oe24.at

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