The coming week will bring changeable weather with rain and snow up to 1,200 meters above sea level. According to Geosphere Austria, the highest temperatures of up to 16 degrees are expected on Monday, with a maximum of eleven degrees on Friday.
On Monday, sunny and precipitation-free weather will prevail during the day with a slight intermediate-high influence. In southern basins, fog and high fog patches may persist slightly longer. During the afternoon, clouds will increase again from the west and in the evening, it will drizzle in Vorarlberg and the Tyrolean Oberland. The wind will still blow moderately from the west to the north. Early temperatures will be between zero and ten degrees, with highs between ten and 16 degrees.
More autumnal weather in the coming days
On Tuesday, the eastern Alps will be affected by a south-westerly current. Throughout the day, clouds will form everywhere, with a propensity for brief rain showers, even in sunny spells. The snowfall limits are between around 1,500 and 1,900 meters. The wind will blow weakly to moderately from west to south. After zero to seven degrees at the start of the day, the thermometer will climb to eight to 15 degrees, with the highest values in the southeast.
On Wednesday, there will initially be some fog and high fog in the inner Alps and the southern basins, away from which it will be pretty sunny. As the day progresses, however, a few patches of cloud and cumulus clouds will appear temporarily, and the risk of showers will increase slightly over midday and in the afternoon, especially in the mountains and generally in the south. The snow line will drop to 1,200 and 1,500 meters above sea level. It will be a frosty minus two to plus 5 degrees in the morning, with six to 13 degrees possibly later.
Alternating sunshine and rain showers
On Thursday, clouds from a warm front will move through from the west, and the sun will only shine intermittently. There will also be some persistent fog in the southern basins at first. There will be hardly any rain during the day, with the next disturbance zone moving in from the southwest in the evening and night. It will be slightly foggy along the northern side of the Alps. The lows will be minus four to plus four degrees; the highs will reach eight to 14 degrees.
On Friday, disturbance zones will arrive in Austria in rapid succession and overall, clouds will predominate in many regions, and it will sometimes rain. The snow line will be between 1,200 and 1,800 meters above sea level, from north to south. There will only be a few sunny spells on the northern side of the Alps and in the north. It will be one to seven degrees at the start of the day and, according to the meteorologists, only six to eleven degrees as the day progresses.
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