Warm Easter days are in sight

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The Easter weekend is just around the corner, and many of us have already made plans for family get-togethers, outdoor activities, or just relaxing days out. But how will the weather play along? Let’s take a look at the forecast and see whether we’re in for sunny spring days or rather uncomfortable, miserable weather.

Easter in a T-shirt? Weather forecast for the Easter weekend
The current forecasts for the Easter weekend are not yet set in stone. An area of low pressure over the nearby Atlantic is expected to have a significant influence on the weather while we continue to be in a warm south-westerly current.

Mixed weather in the south of the Alps
Rain will be a recurring theme in the south of the Alps, accompanied by a stormy Föhn wind that will bring mild temperatures.

Weather change in the first week of April
From the beginning of April, areas with low pressure, cooler air, and rainfall are expected to take over the weather again. However, it is still too early for detailed forecasts.

Warm Easter days are in sight
Despite the volatility, there are signs that the Easter weekend will be remarkably mild. Maundy Thursday will start off cloudy and wet, but a mix of sun and clouds will prevail in the course of the morning. Especially in the west of the northern Alps, the tendency to shower will increase during the course of the day, while temperatures will range between 12 and 19 degrees.

On Good Friday, it will be foehn again, which will lead to a further rise in temperatures. Early summer temperatures of up to 25 degrees could even be reached locally in the northern Alps on Holy Saturday. Easter Sunday also promises sunshine and unusual warmth, although Saharan dust could cause hazy conditions. These high temperatures also mean that the birch blossom will be in full swing, which will cause allergy sufferers a lot of stress.
Easter records and the past
Easter falls between 22 March and 25 April each year, which also reflects the variety of weather during this period. There have been remarkable extremes in the past: in 2000, for example, a record-breaking 29 degrees was measured in Salzburg on 23 April, while just a few years later in 2013, a cold snap caused wintry conditions and snowfall down to low altitudes, even in Vienna.

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