Is the big winter comeback coming in March?

0 0
Spread the love
Read Time:1 Minute, 41 Second

An abrupt onset of winter has the regions from Montafon to the Karawanken firmly in its grip. But despite this brief return of winter, February remains on course to be the warmest month in the history of weather records. Even the coming week promises mild temperatures while Italian lows dominate the weather map.,
The influence of the Italian lows
The Alpine region is under the influence of extensive Italian lows at the beginning of the week. These bring humid air from the south, which discharges over the mountains. Intermittent rain and snow can be expected from the Montafon to the Karawanken.

No sign of frost and cold
North of the Alps and from Styria to the Weinviertel, foehn-like southerly winds will open up gaps in the clouds. Temperatures could reach up to 15 degrees, which is unusually mild for the end of February. The nights will be largely frost-free.

Weather calms down in the middle of the week
In the middle of the week, an intermediate high will prevail, pushing back the Italian lows. As a result, large parts of Austria experience a dry end to February while the Föhn slowly weakens.

Outlook for the first weekend in March
Areas of low pressure could regain the upper hand on the first weekend in March. According to current forecasts, it will initially rain in the south and east. This could be followed by heavy southerly snow in the southern and central Alps.

Spring-like prospects
The first week of March is likely to continue under the influence of Italian lows. Rain and snow can be expected again in the south of the Alps, while snowfall down to low altitudes cannot be ruled out north of the Alps.

Uncertainties and outlook
Despite this weather situation, a high-pressure system over Central Europe may hold out. The exact details remain unclear for the time being, but there are signs of ongoing meteorological dynamics that could welcome spring with a mix of sun, rain, and snow.
– source: wetter.at/picture: Bild von Kati auf Pixabay

Happy
Happy
0 %
Sad
Sad
0 %
Excited
Excited
0 %
Sleepy
Sleepy
0 %
Angry
Angry
0 %
Surprise
Surprise
0 %

This post has already been read 2032 times!

Related posts

Average Rating

5 Star
0%
4 Star
0%
3 Star
0%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%

Leave a Comment