The weekend weather is mild before a cold front moves in on Friday. GeoSphere Austria (formerly ZAMG) predicts partly heavier snowfall; more significant amounts of snow are expected between Upper Carinthia and Southern Styria.
On Friday, dense clouds with rain and snow above 1,200 meters prevail except in the south. In the afternoon, the clouds in the inner Alps and the southwest will clear up again, and the northern side of the Alps will get into a northwesterly flow with partly persistent precipitation. Early temperatures range from minus four to plus six degrees and daytime highs from three to ten degrees.
Snowfall also in lowlands
It will be sunnier on Saturday before the snow line drops to 700 meters on Sunday. Only very sporadic rain showers will make it to the south and southeast. At the beginning of the day, minus two to plus six degrees are expected; the highs will then be mostly four to ten degrees.
Clouds, rain and snow will dominate the eastern half of the country on Monday. The snow line will mostly range between 500 and 800 meters, but it will probably snow down to the lowlands in the south. Between Upper Carinthia and southern Styria, more significant amounts will also accumulate.
On Tuesday, the snow line will be between low elevations and 700 meters. The sun is more likely to appear in the north, where it generally looks friendlier.
- source: kurier.at/picture: pixabay.com
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