Snow roller rolls towards Austria

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A cold front is moving across large parts of Austria in the coming days, bringing with it plenty of snow.

Another cold front reaches the northern side of the Alps in the night to Wednesday, the snow line drops as a result partly around 800 meters. Afterwards, the influence of high “Oldenburgia” with center over the British Isles expands. On its northeast side, the north of the country will be reached by the warm front of a North Sea low on Thursday.

In the night to Tuesday, a few rain showers will pass through Upper and Lower Austria. Meanwhile, the weather in the west and south of the country will be calm.

On Tuesday, rain will fall frequently, especially on the northern side of the Alps, and snow above 1,000 to 1,200 meters. In the east and south, with a brisk west to northwest wind, individual showers will pass through, in between the sun will also appear, most often from the Weinviertel to Lower Carinthia. Accordingly, the highs from north to south will range between 6 and 16 degrees.

In the night to Wednesday, partly heavier precipitation will fall along the Northern Alps and north of them, which will be snow above about 900 meters, rain below. From about 1,300 meters, about 10 centimeters of fresh snow are possible.

Wednesday will continue to be mostly cloudy, damp and late autumnal from Vorarlberg to Mostviertel and northern Upper Styria, or early winter at higher altitudes with snowfall down to about 800 meters. In the east and south, the sun will shine intermittently between isolated rain showers. Moderate to brisk northwest wind, from north to south 4 to 13 degrees.

On Thursday, a little snow will fall from Innsbruck to Mariazellerland from the night to some valleys. In general, it will remain cloudy and slightly unsettled from the Tyrolean lowlands to Waldviertel. During the day, the snow line will rise to about 1,000 meters of snow. The sun will shine mainly in the east and south, as well as in the far west. The wind continues to blow moderately to briskly from northwest to north. The maximum temperatures range between 6 and 14 degrees.

  • source: heute.at/picture:pixabay.com
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