From the night to Sunday, often dense cloud fields will move across the sky; for the time being, they will remain without precipitation. There will be a few clearings in between more often in the south. The wind from the west will blow briskly in the north and east; some gusts will be vital. At higher altitudes, the wind will often be gale-force. Significant differences exist in the lowest temperatures; depending on the wind, the lowest temperatures range between 6 and 20 degrees.
GeoSphere Austria meteorologists warn of these possible storm impacts:
Branches may fall, and objects may be whirled around. Increased risk of accidents due to solid crosswinds on bridges and exposed roadways, especially for trucks or when driving with large trailers
Crane operations may be impaired.
A prominent cold front will move across the north and east during the morning, bringing dense clouds and a few rain showers. In the afternoon, the sun will reappear in some areas from the northeast. In the west and south, it is expected to remain largely dry, but there, too, partly heavy cloud fields will pass through. With the front, the wind will shift from west to north, bringing brisk to strong gusts and, especially in the northeast, a strong cooling. Early temperatures between 6 degrees in windless Alpine valleys and locally around 20 degrees in the windy east. Daytime highs are 19 to 26 degrees. In the northeast, the maxima will already be reached by mid-morning, after which it will cool down markedly.
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