On Monday, the southern foehn situation will strengthen over Austria. On the southern side of the Alps, it is often cloudy with cloud accumulation, and it rains more often during the day. Otherwise, from Vorarlberg to Salzburg, extensive cloud fields will pass through, and the sun will shine only occasionally. Further east, it will initially be partly cloudy due to fog or high fog. Otherwise, there will be frequent sunny spells in the first half of the day before more clouds move in. From the evening hours and during the night on Tuesday, the Föhn will break down, and rainfall will spread from the west to the northern side of the Alps. In windy areas and at the eastern edge of the Alps, a brisk to strong south-to-southwest wind will blow during the day. Early morning temperatures will mostly reach three to twelve degrees, daytime highs 13 to 22 degrees, depending on fog or foehn.
A disturbance crosses Austria eastward on Tuesday. This will bring widespread rain and dense clouds in the sky. There will be heavy precipitation in the southern congested areas of Tyrol to Lower Carinthia, and the snow line will drop to 2,000 to 1,500 meters. From the afternoon, precipitation will gradually subside in the west and northwest. Here, the clouds can then also still loosen up. In the Danube region, the wind will blow briskly from the west, in open areas at the eastern edge of the Alps, sometimes also strongly. Otherwise, the wind will often be light to moderate from west to northwest. Early temperatures will rise to five to 13 degrees, and daytime highs to twelve to 19 degrees.
Snow up to 1,200 meters.
On Wednesday, in Upper and Lower Austria, a few remaining clouds will pass through in the morning, and occasionally, there will be last rain showers. In the southern basins and the inner Alps, fog and high fog patches will persist. During the day, however, sunny weather will quickly prevail everywhere. Only in the afternoon a screen of high clouds will move in from the southwest and may cloud the sunshine in the west and south of Austria. The wind will initially still blow moderately from the west to the east. Otherwise, the wind will soon turn southeast to south and in the west, it will become foehn. Early temperatures will reach zero to ten degrees, and daytime highs will be twelve to 18 degrees.
With a foehn southwesterly current, clouds will accumulate on the southern side of the Alps on Thursday, and rain will become more frequent. Everywhere else, it will be initially still friendly and partly sunny, but over the lowlands, there will also be some fog patches. During the day, however, generally, some high and medium-high cloud fields will move in from the southwest and in the evening, the precipitation will spread to the north side of the Alps. The wind will freshen moderately, in the east and also briskly to enormously from southeast to south. In the Föhn regions, strong, on the mountains also stormy southerly winds. Early temperatures will climb from zero to seven degrees, and daytime highs to eleven to 19 degrees.
On Friday, a cold front moving through from the west and an Italian low will bring widespread dense clouds and rain. During the day, the focus of precipitation will shift from the south to the east. In the west, the weather will even calm down in the afternoon, and there will be some clearing. The snow line will drop from the west to 1,200 to 1,600 meters above sea level. The wind blows moderately to briskly and turns to the west. Early temperatures go to four to 15 degrees, from west to east, then during the day, they reach between six and twelve degrees; especially in the eastern half, the temperatures drop significantly during the day.
- source: wetter.at/picture: pixabay.com
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