The weather in eastern Austria is at its best right before the start of the new school year. Temperatures rise to 30 degrees.
At the beginning of the week, an extensive high-pressure system prevails from the west. Thus, the weather will be calm throughout the week, often sunny and with above-average temperatures.
On Monday, there will be some clouds, especially in the mountains, but except for a few drops on the eastern edge of the Alps, it will remain dry from early morning on, and the sun will shine in large parts of the country during the day. In the north and east, widespread but harmless cloud fields will pass through. With moderate, brisk winds from northerly directions in the east, the highs will be between 21 and 28 degrees.
Tuesday is often bright and sunny, with a few morning fog patches dissipating by early morning. During the day, only a few harmless spring and veil clouds will appear in the sky from time to time. The wind shifts from the east to the southeast and freshens up briskly in the Upper Austrian Danube region. Otherwise, it does not play a significant role. With 21 to 28 degrees, it will remain warm in late summer.
Also, on Wednesday, after a quick dissolution of any early fog, the sun will often shine unclouded, especially in the Styrian hills, and in Burgenland, harmless clouds will pass through now and then. With weak to moderate southeasterly winds, temperatures will rise to 23 to 29 degrees Celsius, the warmest in the Inn Valley, as on previous days.
Thursday will start in the valleys and lowlands with fog patches, which will dissipate in the morning. Away from them, the sun will shine again from early to late; at most, a few harmless clouds will be visible. In the east, a moderate southeast wind will blow. Otherwise, the wind will not play a significant role. The highs will be between 23 and 30 degrees.
- source: heute.at/picture: pixabay.com
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