For the weekend, the weather shows its spring-like side. But a new cold front is just around the corner, bringing rain back into the country.
After the snow, rain and thunderstorms, the weather finally shows its spring-like side from the weekend. However, a cold front is already causing unsettled weather again next week.
At the beginning of the weekend, a pronounced low-pressure system moves from the Benelux countries towards the English Channel. It continues to cause unsettled spring weather, especially in the west and southwest of Austria. According to UWZ expert Michele Salmi, with the departure of the altitude low to the west, the current turns southwest and warmer. On Saturday also, more stable air from the western Mediterranean region reaches at least temporarily the Alpine Republic. On Sunday, however, the country gradually comes under the influence of a cold front moving up from France, which in the new week will introduce a more unstable nationwide and, from the current point of view, also significantly cooler weather phase again.
Today, Friday, will start the day widespread dry and sunny. Residual clouds will linger from the Arlberg to the Fischbach Alps, and locally scattered showers will fall. However, a nice mix of sun and clouds will be established nationwide by noon. Only in the afternoon, along the Bavarian border and in the south, showers, some thundery, are expected. The easterly wind will blow briskly in the western Danube region, and in the Alps, the southerly foehn will weaken. Temperatures will rise to between 13 and 20 degrees.
Saturday brings an improvement in the weather. It will be dry and often sunny throughout the day. Local early morning fog in the southeast will dissipate quickly. During the day, dense clouds will gradually move in from the west, increasing the risk of showers in the afternoon in Vorarlberg and the Tyrolean Oberland. In the northeast, a southeast wind will blow moderately to locally briskly; in the Danube region, a weak to moderate wind will blow from the east. Temperatures will rise, with highs between 17 and 23 degrees expected.
Sunday will start sunny in the south and east. However, many clouds will gather from Vorarlberg to Lower Austria, and rain showers will fall in the west and the Waldviertel. As the weather progresses, the batteries will spread eastward and turn into storms, locally with thunderstorms. The longest dry spells will be in the far east, but by early evening it will also be wet here. In the Weinviertel, a brisk southeast wind will blow, and the highs will range between 11 and 22 degrees.
From today’s perspective, the rain will still fall regionally on Monday morning. During the day, it will remain unstable with dense clouds, and showers will fail repeatedly. The longest dry spells will be in the southeast. The wind will shift to the northwest and blow from Lake Constance to the Danube region moderately to locally and briskly. Temperatures will still not jump, with highs between 12 and 19 degrees.
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