For Saturday and Sunday, meteorologists forecast temperatures of up to 29 degrees with only a few clouds.
After some rain showers on Friday, late summer returns to Austria again this weekend. Meteorologists predict temperatures of up to 29 degrees for Saturday and Sunday, accompanied by only a few clouds. But on Tuesday, the magic will end with a cold front from Germany.
Friday will start with early morning fog patches, which will also be more persistent south of the main Alpine ridge. Otherwise, the sun will shine frequently throughout the day. Some spring clouds will develop during the day, particularly in the mountains, increasing the chance of rain showers in the afternoon. Most rain showers will fall in the west. The wind will blow moderately from the east in the Danube region. Otherwise, it will often be light. According to Geosphere Austria, early temperatures range from eight to 16 degrees, while daytime highs range from 20 to 26 degrees.
Under high pressure, a sunny day is expected on Saturday. In some valleys and basins, early morning fog will dissipate during the morning. In the afternoon, spring clouds will become more frequent, and the tendency for rain showers will increase. The wind will be moderate at the eastern edge of the Alps; it is often weak from southeast to south. North of the main ridge of the Alps, a southerly foehn will develop locally. Early temperatures reach 15 degrees, and daytime highs are 22 to 28 degrees.
Sunday: initially, there will be regional fog or high fog patches in some valleys and basins, as well as in the north, which will mostly dissipate in the morning. Otherwise, the sun will shine frequently; a few cloud fields may pass through. In the afternoon, cluster clouds will appear in places over the mountains, with isolated shower cells possible. Early temperatures will range to 16 degrees; daily highs will be 23 to 29 degrees.
On Monday, especially in the eastern region and in some valleys and basins, a few fog or high fog patches may persist until the morning, but otherwise, despite some clouds in higher layers, the sun will often shine. During the day, a southerly wind will reach some valleys. In the afternoon, more cluster clouds will gradually form over the mountains in the far west or near the main ridge of the Alps, and with them, the tendency for showers and thunderstorms will increase significantly. The wind will often be moderate during the day—early temperatures: ten to 18 degrees, daily highs: 24 to 31 degrees.
On Tuesday, the late summer will be over again. A cold front will move from Germany over the country’s northern half during the day, bringing heavy showers in some areas and, locally, thunderstorms. Behind it, the clouds will clear up with the often brisk westerly winds, and the sun will join in again. In the south, there will be sunshine after early morning fog. By evening, however, large cluster clouds and a few shower or thunderstorm cells may also form on the southern side of the Alps. Early temperatures range from 13 to 20 degrees, with daytime highs between 19 and 27 degrees.
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