Austria: Weather remains spring-like in the lowlands

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Monday will start with widespread clouds and rain. As the air pressure rises, the clouds will begin to clear from the west, and by the evening, there could be a few sunny spells in the east. No changes are expected except in the congested areas on the northern side of the Alps. The snow line will be between 1,300 and 1,500 meters. The next disturbance will arrive in Vorarlberg in the evening, bringing renewed precipitation. The wind will be weak in the south, otherwise moderate to brisk, and partly strong from southwest to north in the east. It will be between zero and eight degrees in the morning, rising to seven and 14 degrees as the day progresses.

Tuesday will also begin cloudy and rainy under the influence of disturbances, especially in the north, east, and mountains. During the day, it will begin to clear up again from the west thanks to the influence of high pressure, with the exception of the northern slopes, where the snow and rain will last the longest and be the heaviest. In the north and east, the rain showers will continue into the afternoon, with less precipitation and more sunshine in the south. The snow line will hover around 1,000 meters during the day. Brisk westerly winds will blow, especially in the north and east, and early temperatures will range from minus three to plus six degrees, depending on their strength, and then reach five to 13 degrees.

With a westerly flow, fields of cloud will then move across the sky from the west at times on Wednesday, although the sun will still shine at least occasionally this time. The daily disturbance zone will then feel itself in the afternoon with dense clouds, the wind blowing weakly to moderately from south to west. After minus two to plus five degrees, temperatures will rise to nine to 13 degrees.

Thursday will bring numerous clouds, with sunshine at most in between. There may be some rain at times in the far west and from the Innviertel to the Waldviertel, with rain also falling in the southwest towards the evening, with the snow line between 1,400 and 1,900 meters above sea level. Lively, strong, and foehn-like southerly winds will develop in the mountains. Otherwise, it will be rather windless in the lowlands. After zero to six degrees at the start of the day, nine to 15 degrees can be expected.

With the passage of a disturbance zone, it will likely rain widely on Friday, with heavy precipitation also possible. The snow line will temporarily drop to around 700 meters above sea level, and the wind will blow moderately from south to west. Depending on the wind, early temperatures will be between three and ten degrees, with daytime highs between seven and 13 degrees.

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