The next few days will be warmer and gradually drier, Geosphere Austria informed in its forecast on Thursday.
It should get up to 26 degrees next Sunday. But before Sunday are Friday and Saturday: on Friday, the day starts over the lowlands in the north and east, on the eastern edge of the Alps, and in southeastern Styria with residual clouds or partly tenacious high fog-like clouds. In the afternoon, however, partly sunny weather may prevail. Away from the foggy areas, however, there will be an alternation of sunshine and heavier spring clouds throughout the day. Individual rain showers may develop in the afternoon, especially over the Alpine peaks in the southwest and also in Styria, but they will remain locally limited. Especially in the Danube region, moderate to brisk easterly to southeasterly winds will blow. Early temperatures range from four to ten degrees; afternoon temperatures reach 14 to 21 degrees, the warmest in the west.
Weather: Maximum 19 to 24 degrees on Saturday
Saturday will start with showers in the southeast. The shower activity spreads to the west and the entire south during the day. In the east and southeast, thunderstorms with heavy downpours are also expected in the afternoon. It will be variably cloudy in the north and tend to be precipitation-free. In the eastern half, primarily brisk easterly winds, which will hardly decrease in the Danube region even in the evening. From seven to twelve degrees in the morning, temperatures will rise to a maximum of 19 to 24 degrees.
On Sunday, local fog patches are expected in basins and valleys. However, these will not be persistent. Apart from that, the weather will be mostly sunny. Over the peaks of the Alps, however, spring clouds will appear more often during the day. With these, the tendency for showers and thunderstorms will increase locally. Weak to moderate, in parts of Upper and Lower Austria, moderate to brisk winds from easterly directions. Eight to 14 degrees in the morning, with daytime highs reaching 20 to 26 degrees.
Highs reach 20 to 27 degrees on Monday afternoon.
On Monday, local fog will lie in some inner Alpine basins and valleys in the morning. Apart from that, the weather will be sunny until midday. Over the Alpine peaks, however, more and more spring clouds will gradually form, and with them, the tendency for showers and thunderstorms will increase, especially in the south and southeast. In addition, weak to moderate winds will blow from east to south. Early temperatures will range from six to 13 degrees, with highs reaching 20 to 27 degrees in the afternoon.
Tuesday will start with widespread sunshine. The last clouds will disappear quickly. However, in the day, creating from the western mountainous region, more and more spring clouds, rain showers, and thunderstorms will form. These will gradually spread towards the east and south by the afternoon and evening. The wind will blow weakly to moderately from the southeast. However, the wind slowly turns to the west with partly thundery rain showers. From eight to 15 degrees, temperatures will rise to 20 to 27 degrees.
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