After cloudy-cold days, Austrians can finally soak up some sun again on Easter Monday – but not for long.
On Easter Monday, the low-pressure system moves away, and we come under the influence of an intermediate high-pressure system. However, the calm and often sunny spring weather does not last long because, already the night to Tuesday, the frontal design of a low-pressure system called PETER reaches the country from the northwest over the North Sea. During the day, the front spreads further, and thus it becomes wet nationwide.
On Wednesday, the unsettled weather will continue as Austria will reach the front of a trough, and subsequently, the occluding frontal system will determine the weather pattern. In the process, cool air masses will be transported in again on Thursday.
Easter Monday will start with some cloudiness in the eastern half; in the west, it will be sunny, apart from some remaining clouds. During the day, the clouds will also clear in the east, and it will frequently be sunny. Towards evening, denser clouds will move in from the west but remain dry. The wind will blow moderately to briskly from the northeast to the east.
On Tuesday, the rain will fall from Vorarlberg to Innviertel from early morning, spreading to large parts of the country in the morning. In the second half of the day, showers will reach the east, but south of the Alps, it will remain mostly dry all day. The wind will be moderate to brisk, locally strong from west to northwest.
Wednesday will start cloudy, and from Vorarlberg to Upper Austria and Upper Carinthia, compact clouds will move through and bring some rain during the day, but in the evening, it will often be wet in the west and above 1200 m snow will mix in again. During the day, the wind will not play a major role; towards evening, a brisk westerly wind will freshen up at Lake Constance.
- source: heute.at/picture: Bild von Nicky ❤️????????????❤️ auf Pixabay
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