From the middle of the week, a weather turn drives away sunshine and summer.
High Patricia continues to dominate the weather pattern in the Alpine region. In the very dry air, clouds and rain are absent.
A stable omega high-pressure weather situation currently determines the Alpine region’s weather pattern through the weekend. Thus, the weather will be calm and often sunny into the new week. According to the current forecast from UBIMET, the isolated and short warm thunderstorms on Monday over the western mountains are the exception.
On Tuesday, the high-pressure influence decreases, and the tendency for showers and thunderstorms increases, especially along the northern side of the Alps. On Wednesday, the thundery weather turns.
Ideal hiking and swimming weather continues on Sunday. Local early morning fog fields at the edge of the Alps will soon clear, and the sun will shine widely. Apart from harmless spring clouds, only a few thin veil clouds will be seen temporarily. In the east, the wind will blow weakly to moderately from the south, and the highs will be a summery 25 to 31 degrees.
Monday will start with early morning fog in some parts of the valley and basin. Otherwise, the sun will shine from the beginning. During the day, a few spring clouds will appear again, especially in the western mountains, but the tendency for thunderstorms will only increase slightly from the Arlberg to the Karwendel. The wind will blow moderately in the eastern lowlands from the south, and temperatures will remain well above the seasonal average at 26 to 31 degrees.
Also, on Tuesday, the sun will shine frequently. However, the sunshine is no longer unclouded, especially in the western half. A few clouds will pass through from the beginning, and in the afternoon, local showers or thunderstorms will form primarily over the mountains. But also in the Rhine Valley and later in the Flachgau and the Innviertel, showers and thunderstorms will also increase in the evening; it will remain frequently sunny in the lowlands and the south. Temperatures will reach 24 to 31 degrees from west to east.
From Wednesday on, it’s over with the imperial weather. During the day, showers and, locally, even heavy thunderstorms will spread over large parts of the country; the sun will only appear in between. In addition, there will be partly stormy westerly winds, which will cool down noticeably.
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