Fog patches and residual clouds on Monday
On Monday, fog patches or low residual clouds will dry up by mid-morning. After that, sunny weather will prevail temporarily before some scattered clouds form in the afternoon. In the mountains, isolated and short-lived rain showers are possible, but in most regions, it remains dry. In the morning, temperatures will range from seven to 17 degrees, and in the afternoon, from 21 to 28 degrees.
Tuesday, the sun will shine.
On Tuesday, apart from initial fog or low clouds, the sun will shine quite often. Only in the west will there be more clouds in the morning, especially on the northern side of the Alps during the first rain showers. From noon on, cumulus clouds will generally develop, followed by rain showers and isolated thunderstorms, especially in the mountains. In the lowlands, however, it will often remain dry. Early temperatures will range between eight and 18 degrees and afternoon temperatures between 21 and 29 degrees.
Wednesday starts with fog and high fog patches
Wednesday will start with a few patches of fog and high fog patches in the valleys and over the lowlands. During the day, however, these will mostly clear quickly, and warm and partly sunny weather will prevail in many regions. However, a screen of high, thin cloud fields will cloud the sunlight again and again, and spring clouds will spread in the afternoon. Especially over the mountains, the tendency for showers and thunderstorms will increase significantly. At the beginning of the day, temperatures will range from nine to 16 degrees Celsius; later, 23 to 28 degrees Celsius are expected.
A cold front from the west on Thursday
On Thursday, a cold front will move in from the west, embedded in a southwesterly high-altitude current. Thus, the disturbing influence of dense clouds and rain will increase rapidly from the west and southwest. The morning will be friendly and partly sunny only in the very east and in the southeast. In the afternoon, however, the tendency for showers will increase significantly, and thunderstorms are also possible. It is most likely to remain dry in the extreme southeast. Early temperatures will range from ten to 17 degrees, daily highs from 20 to 28 degrees, with the highest values in the southeast.
Friendly and partly sunny weather on Friday
After residual clouds, Friday morning, largely pleasant and occasionally sunny weather will set in with a westerly flow. In the afternoon, however, numerous spring clouds will form again; especially in the mountains, the tendency for showers will increase significantly. On the southern side of the Alps, thunderstorms are also possible. Early temperatures are forecast by the ZAMG again from ten to 17 degrees, the maximum temperatures from 20 to 26 degrees.
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