Unsettled weather is setting up in Austria in the new week! Solid showers and thunderstorms can also provide large amounts of rain.
The last weather-dominating, blocking high-pressure area over the North Atlantic is weakening. In the new week, a weakly pronounced high-pressure low is placed over Central Europe. The Danube region’s sunny and stable summer weather is over for now. Warm and humid air masses will cause cloudy and occasionally wet weather in the coming days, especially in the south and east. From the middle of the week, the sun will appear more often in the country’s eastern half, but the tendency for showers and thunderstorms will remain high.
Tuesday begins cloudy and often wet in the far east, with some clouds clearing during the day. However, the sun can only be seen temporarily; quickly, more showers and thunderstorms form with locally large amounts of rain. It will be friendlier from Vorarlberg to the Innviertel, where the sun will shine at times with only a slight tendency to shower. Temperatures will mostly reach 18 to 23 or 26 degrees in the west.
On Wednesday, somewhat drier air will spread from the west further eastward, and the sun will shine frequently from Vorarlberg to Upper Austria. In the east, however, clouds will continue to predominate, and rain showers will move through from early morning. During the day, the sun will occasionally appear, but showers and thunderstorms will develop again in the south and east. With 20 to 28 degrees, it will be a bit warmer.
In the second half of the week, the unsettled weather continues, especially in the mountainous and hilly areas; one must continue to expect some showers and thunderstorms. Locally, thunderstorms can cause large amounts of rain in a short time and thus also small-scale flooding. Temperatures will hardly change and remain at early summer levels.
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