Temporarily, it will be significantly cooler in Austria, adapted to the season. However, the southern front will soon bring about a rise in temperatures again; on Sunday, Geosphere (formerly ZAMG) predicted the weather for the following week.
Initially, some low residual clouds, fog and high fog will persist on Monday in the Northern Alps and the western Danube region’s mountainous region. Otherwise, the day will start sunny. In the west and south, however, high cloud fields soon cover the sky and cloud the sunshine significantly; it is sunniest in the north and east. The wind will be mostly light, shifting from east to south more often during the day. Early temperatures are only minus three to plus six degrees, and daytime highs are eight to 15 degrees.
On Tuesday, the cloud screen of a warm front approaching from the west covered large parts of the country. At first, it is often only high cloud fields that allow intermittent, diffuse sunshine. Gradually, however, the clouds will become more extensive and denser. However, there will be no precipitation. The wind will be light, with moderate southeast winds in the east. In the morning, minus three to plus seven degrees are expected, as daytime highs are ten to 16 degrees, with the higher values in the west.
While in the eastern half of Austria, despite a few local early morning fog or thin veil clouds in between, the sunshine prevails on Wednesday morning, in the west of the country, there appear to be significantly more clouds in the sky. They eventually grew to the eastern edge of the evening in the late afternoon. It may also drizzle locally with the clouds, especially over the Alpine peaks in the east. The wind will be light to moderate from the southeast to the south and weak in the foehn zones on the northern side of the Alps and the eastern lowlands. Temperatures will range from minus one to plus eight degrees in the morning. Daytime highs will range from eleven to 20 degrees.
After the dissolution of the last partly persistent fog fields, there will be an interplay of a few denser clouds and sunny stretches on Thursday until the evening. However, most clouds will adorn the sky south of the main Alpine ridge and in the southeast. It may sometimes drizzle, especially in East Tyrol, Carinthia and Styria. The wind will be light to moderate, mostly from east to south during the day. Three to ten degrees in the morning, warming up to 14 to 22 degrees during the day.
The Foehn south to southwest current will dominate the weather in Austria on Friday. With this, dense clouds will accumulate on the southern flank of the Alps, and rain is to be expected repeatedly during the day, especially in East Tyrol and Upper Carinthia. Further north and east, the day will start in basins and valleys with partly persistent fog or high fog. However, after the last remnants of fog have dissipated, there will be a mix of sunshine and a few denser clouds here until the evening. In particular, on the northern edge of the Alps, the wind will blow moderately to briskly from the southeast to the west. Early temperatures will range from seven to 14 degrees. Daytime highs will reach 16 to 25 degrees, warmest with a southerly wind.
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