Last September was the hottest ever. On average, it was 3.2 degrees hotter than usual – on the mountains, it was even 4.2 degrees! And October has also been too warm so far: in the coming week, temperatures will rise again to 26 degrees.
Geosphere Austria’s long-term forecast shows that the unusually mild weather will likely continue in the coming months. The probability of above-average temperatures from October to December is almost 80%. Only 10% will have a freezing autumn/early winter.
The forecast for the individual months
The individual months of October, November and December show partly significant differences. Unsurprisingly, October should remain too warm. Also, in the second half of the month, one or the other relatively mild southwesterly situation announces itself.
It will also remain mild in November: According to the long-term forecast, there is a 60% probability of above-average temperatures.
The picture is similar in December. Also, Advent should remain hot; an early onset of winter is currently not in sight.
The seasonal forecast is not an exact prediction but a rough estimate of the average temperature conditions in the Eastern Alps.
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