Weather in Austria remains cool

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The cold front that has characterised the weather in Austria since the beginning of the week will continue to bring sub-zero temperatures in the mornings and a maximum of 15 degrees Celsius next week, according to the Geosphere forecast.

Depending on the altitude, there will also be repeated precipitation in the form of rain, snow, and sleet showers at the weekend.

Friday starts cloudy
Friday will start with variable cloud cover in the east and south, but dense clouds from a cold front will soon reach the west and north of Austria. From Vorarlberg to the Waldviertel, it will rain and snow in the morning, and by the evening, the precipitation will spread across Austria, mainly in the form of showers. During the day, the snow line will mostly hover around 1,000 metres above sea level. In Carinthia, south-east Styria, and Burgenland, afternoon showers will remain localised, and the wind here will be weak, but it will become brisk from west to north-west as disturbances gather. Early temperatures will be between minus three and plus four degrees, rising to plus six to 14 degrees.

Rain showers on Saturday
On Saturday, the eastern Alps will remain under the influence of low pressure in a cool, north-westerly current and the day will be very cloudy with rain, snow and sleet showers. The precipitation will be concentrated on the northern side of the Alps and in the north, with the snow line between 1,000 and 700 metres during the day, depending on the intensity of the showers. In the afternoon, the clouds will clear somewhat south of the main Alpine ridge and in the east, where, as in the north, strong winds will blow from westerly directions. After early temperatures of zero to plus seven degrees, temperatures could reach five to 13 degrees later.

A brief glimpse of sunshine on Sunday
On Sunday, the sun will only be visible temporarily due to compact cloud fields; it will shine more often only in the southeast. Some rain showers and snow showers are expected above 400 to 800 metres above sea level, especially along the northern side of the Alps and in the north, while the south and south-east will remain free of precipitation. The wind will be weak to moderate, occasionally brisk in the east, from northwest to north. The forecast is for minus three to plus five degrees in the morning and again five to 13 degrees in the afternoon.

Alternating sun and clouds on Monday
In the west and south, there will be a further interplay of clouds and sunny spells on Monday, with localised rain showers in the west in the afternoon. In the rest of Austria, the sky will often be cloudy, and some rain is to be expected, especially in the east. The snow line will fluctuate between 400 and 1,000 metres, and the wind will blow weakly to moderately in the foothills of the Alps and on the eastern edge of the Alps, sometimes briskly, from north-west to east. Early temperatures could be between minus and plus five degrees, with afternoon temperatures between three and twelve degrees.

Lots of clouds on Tuesday
There will be many clouds in the southwest on Tuesday and brief sunny spells in between. Everywhere else, the sun will shine at least occasionally, although patches of cloud will sometimes appear. It will remain largely dry, the wind will remain weak to moderate and will only become brisk at times in the Alpine foothills, after minus seven to plus three degrees, temperatures will rise to six to 15 degrees.

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