Heat alert! 30 degrees should fall next Monday

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Today, Monday, June 19, Austria could crack the 30-degree mark for the first time. But the forecast model is still quite uncertain.

The 30-degree mark has not yet fallen this year. It should remain so for the coming week: “On Monday (June 12), up to 29 degrees are possible in Vorarlberg, but then it will be cooler again nationwide. Thus, with the highest probability, the 30s will not be cracked this week again,” explains Nikolas Zimmer of “Ubimet” on Saturday afternoon – all about it here.

But ORF weather expert Marcus Wadsak is now giving hope with a tweet on Sunday: the 30-degree mark could be cracked for the first time on Monday, June 19, 2023. “The wait for 30 degrees lasts unusually long this year. Now there are first signs that it could be so far in 8 days, so 2 days before the start of summer,” said Marcus Wadsak on “Twitter.” However, the star meteorologist admits: However, the forecast is still uncertain.

On the subject of “hot days” (30 degrees and more) in Vienna, ORF star Marcus Wadsak has already experienced everything – from not a single hot day in the summer of 2975 to 42 hot days in 2015.

So far, spring and early summer have been somewhat lukewarm: In terms of temperatures, March was above average, April below average, and May marginally below average. April and May were also wet – read all about it here.

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