The temperatures are deceiving: Although the thermometer shoots the coming days to 34 degrees, but with the heat extremely strong thunderstorms are coming our way.
Today, Wednesday there will be some clouds at the beginning, especially on the northern side of the Alps, rain showers will start early in the morning. In the morning the weather will calm down temporarily and the sun will appear, but during the day showers and thunderstorms will spread from the west. The longest sunny spells with only a slight tendency to thunderstorms will be from the Klagenfurt Basin to Burgenland. Depending on the sun, 21 to 33 degrees.
Thursday will offer somewhat friendlier weather, especially in the morning the sun will shine widely. In the course of the day, spring clouds will form in the mountains and local heat thunderstorms in the afternoon, but away from the Alps and in the south, the afternoon will often still be sunny. During the night, the tendency for thunderstorms will increase in the west. The wind blows weakly to moderately from southern directions, with 23 to 32 degrees it remains hot, especially in the east and south.
On Friday, it will rain frequently in the west from early morning, from Salzburg to northern Burgenland and in Upper Carinthia, showers and partly heavy thunderstorms will fall again after an often still friendly start. In the southeast, it will remain sunny for a long time, but towards evening, thunderstorms with severe weather potential are also possible here. Highs will range from 22 degrees in Vorarlberg to 34 degrees in southeastern Styria.
Saturday will be generally unsettled, especially on the northern side of the Alps it will rain frequently from early morning. In the beginning, the sun will shine from Carinthia to Burgenland, but then heavy showers and thunderstorms will fall during the day. In the afternoon, sunny intervals are possible from Lake Constance to Upper Austria. On the northern side of the Alps, moderate to brisk westerly winds will blow and temperatures will drop, reaching 18 to 29 degrees from northwest to southeast.
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