The golden October does not get away from Austria at the beginning of the new week. Up to 24 degrees can be expected today, Monday, ZAMG experts predict.
Weather in Vienna
After the sunny Sunday, Austria remains the golden October also at the start of the week. It stays warm – up to 24 degrees are expected on Monday, predicted the experts of the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG). The daily highs are consistently above or at 20 degrees until Friday.
Weather on Monday: Highs at 17 to 24 degrees
Over the lowlands in the north, east, and south there will be some fog and high fog patches on Monday. Away from the moisture, however, the sun will shine all day, with only a few high cloud fields moving across the sky at times. In the day, however, sunshine will prevail more often, even in the typical foggy regions. In the mountains and the east, the wind will be moderate to brisk from the southeast to the south. Early temperatures will range from four to 13 degrees, with daytime highs reaching 17 to 24 degrees, with the highest values on the slightly foehn northern side of the Alps.
Over the north, east and south lowlands, there will initially be a few fog patches on Tuesday, but these will often clear by mid-morning. Overall, sunny and very mild weather will prevail in most regions. Only in the afternoon will cloud fields of a cold front arrive from the northwest. However, the first rain showers will often not spread until evening. With the disturbance zone, partly moderate westerly winds will freshen up; during the day, it will usually remain windless. Early temperatures range from four to eleven degrees and daytime highs from 18 to 23 degrees.
Wednesday begins in the east with residual clouds.
North of the main ridge of the Alps and in the north and east, Wednesday will start with residual clouds from an overnight cold front. Occasionally, it will still rain locally in the northern foothills of the Alps. During the day, however, the clouds will become fewer, and the sunny spells will be more frequent and more prolonged. In contrast, it will be bright and dry all day in the south and southeast. Here, however, fog may persist over basins and valleys, sometimes tenaciously. The prevailing wind direction is northwest. The wind will be light to moderate in the eastern lowlands and brisk on the east edge of the Alps. Early temperatures range from six to 15 degrees. Daytime highs will be 14 to 21 degrees. The highest temperatures are measured in Tyrol and Vorarlberg.
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