35 degrees – weather expert predicts heatwave

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Next week is going to be hot; the first heatwave of the year is on the horizon. Especially in the east, temperatures could rise to 35 degrees. The peak of the heat will be reached on Friday, as ORF meteorologist Marcus Wadsak writes via Platform X.

Sunday’s weather
According to the GeoSphere Austria weather service, on Sundays, widespread residual clouds and lingering rain showers will be observed, especially in the mountains. As the clouds clear, the sun will shine at times, especially in the afternoon. In the northern and eastern parts of the country,, it will remain rather free of precipitation; south of the main Alpine ridge, the showers will continue into the evening hours. The wind will be predominantly weak to moderate from mixed directions. Early temperatures are 8 to 15 degrees, daytime highs 20 to 25 degrees, with the highest values in the east.

High pressure will prevail on the ground in the eastern Alps on Monday. A southwesterly flow will dominate at altitude, bringing in increasingly energetic air. After a generally sunny start, spring clouds will form over the mountains and hills. With these, the tendency for showers and thunderstorms will increase significantly during the afternoon, especially over the mountains. The focus will initially be south of the main Alpine ridge, with isolated showers and thunderstorms to be expected everywhere except in the lowlands towards the evening. The wind will blow weakly to moderately from the east to the southwest. Early temperatures range from 10 to 15 degrees, with daytime highs of 24 to 28 degrees.

Heatwave: More than 30 degrees from Tuesday
Under high air pressure, embedded in a southwesterly current, the sun will shine widely on Tuesday, mostly with high veil clouds. Only over the Alpine peaks will a few shallow spring clouds appear in the afternoon. The tendency for showers and thunderstorms will remain low overall. The wind will blow weakly along the main Alpine ridge and in the Vienna Basin, on the eastern edge of the Alps, and in the east of the lowlands moderately from southeast to south. Early temperatures are 12 to 18 degrees, and daytime highs are 26 to 31 degrees.

On Wednesday, an influence of high pressure will ensure sunny and midsummer-like weather. Most of the time, the sun will shine from an almost cloudless sky. Thin veil clouds, which will adorn the sky locally, especially in the afternoon, will not be a problem. A few harmless cumulus clouds will temporarily appear over the mountains. The wind will be light and moderate from southerly directions on the northern edge of the Alps. Early temperatures range from 12 to 18 degrees. During the day, temperatures will rise to 28 to 33 degrees.

  • source: wetter.at/picture: pixabay
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