On Christmas Day, the friendly and sunny weather character will predominate in the west and south, and there will often only be high clouds in the sky; any early morning fog will soon dissipate. In the north and partly also in the east, there will still be some denser patches of cloud, but short showers will remain the exception here, too. The snow line will mostly be above 2000m above sea level. The wind will blow weakly to moderately from predominantly westerly directions, brisk in the country’s northern parts, sometimes still strong. During the day, it will weaken noticeably. Early temperatures will range from minus 3 to plus 10 degrees, depending on the wind, with daytime highs of 6 to 18 degrees. It will be the warmest in the lowlands.
Vienna: On Christmas Day, extensive clouds will cover the city again, but there will be hardly any rain. There will also be at least one or two sunny spells during the day. The wind will initially be brisk to strong but will weaken noticeably in the afternoon and evening. Early temperatures are around 10 degrees, and daytime highs are around 17 degrees.
Lower Austria: On Christmas Day, a few compact patches of cloud will remain, but with a snow line above 2000m, showers will be the exception. There will be occasional sunny spells throughout the day. The wind will be brisk at first, with strong westerly winds at higher altitudes. During the day, however, the wind will weaken more and more. Early temperatures are 4 to 10 degrees, and daytime highs are 9 to 15 degrees.
Burgenland: On Christmas Day, extensive clouds will alternate with a few sunny spells. The clouds will generally be more persistent in the north, but hardly any rain will occur. The wind will blow weakly in the north, moderately to briskly from southwest to west. Early temperatures are 2 to 10 degrees, depending on the wind, and daytime highs are 12 to 16 degrees.
Styria: On Christmas Day, the weather will be mostly friendly, with occasional sunshine throughout the country. However, there will also be extensive clouds in high layers. There will be thawing up to the high mountains. Daytime highs are 8 to 14 degrees.
Carinthia: On Monday, Christmas Day, there will be some fog in places over the valleys and basins, which will soon clear. Otherwise, sunshine will dominate but will be dampened at times by extensive cloud fields. Temperatures will reach around 5 degrees in the lowlands, with sunshine reaching up to 10 degrees at medium altitudes. It will also be extremely mild in the mountains.
Upper Austria: Monday (Christmas Day) will bring dense clouds, especially along and north of the Danube, and light rain in the northern Mühlviertel. Further south, the weather will be mostly friendly from the start, and the sun will shine, with only a few harmless high clouds moving across the sky at times, dampening the sunshine somewhat. The westerly wind will be brisk, especially in the morning, peaking at around 50 km/h, but will then decrease. Minimum temperatures: 4 to 9 degrees; maximum temperatures: 8 to 17.
Salzburg: On Monday (Christmas Day), the sun will often shine, and there will be no precipitation. A few harmless high clouds will occasionally move across the sky, dampening the sunshine somewhat. The wind will be brisk in the morning in the north, with gusts around 40 km/h from the west. Minimum temperatures: 0 to 8 degrees; maximum temperatures: 5 to 15 degrees.
Tyrol: On Christmas Day, the whole of Tyrol will be mainly sunny and free of precipitation, with only very thin veil clouds. Still windy and persistently mild on the mountains; a zero-degree limit of around 3000m; also mild below average; lows: 0 to 5 degrees; highs: 8 to 13 degrees.
Vorarlberg: It is mainly sunny and precipitation-free on Christmas Day, with only very thin clouds. It is still windy and persistently mild on the mountains, with a degree limit around 3000m and below mild above average; lows: 2 to 7 degrees; highs: 9 to 13 degrees.
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