The coming days will be spring-like mild, up to 20 degrees in large parts of Austria. Only on Sunday, a low will make itself felt again.
In the coming days, significantly warmer air masses will reach us again in the gradually developing southwesterly flow and be slightly foehn. Only on Sunday an offshoot of the current Atlantic low Gerson will make itself felt—the weather outlook from UWZ man Roland Reiter in detail.
On Friday, the sun will shine widely. Any early morning fog will quickly dissipate, and only a few thin, harmless veil clouds will pass through. The wind will blow briskly to strongly from southeasterly directions, especially in the east, and on the northern side of the Alps, it will be foehn in places. On the north side of the Alps, it will also be foehn in areas, and temperatures will rise to 10 to 21 degrees. It will be the coolest on the eastern edge of the Alps and in the Waldviertel and warmest in the western valleys with a southerly foehn.
Saturday will initially offer sunny spring weather in the country’s eastern half. In the western half, however, denser high cloud fields will increase due to the Sahara dust, and in the afternoon, a mix of sun and individual veil clouds will set in nationwide. However, it will generally remain dry. The wind will blow moderately in the east and some Föhn valleys also briskly from the south to southeast, and with 12 to 20 degrees, it will be very mild again during the day.
In the morning on Sunday, the sun will often shine in the east. On the other hand, denser cloud fields will quickly move in in the west, and there will be isolated showers at first and, later, more showers. The wind will be moderate to fresh from the west, in the east in the first half of the day from the south, and temperatures will rise to 10 to 18 degrees.
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