After the cool weekend, the sunny and especially mild weather returns to Austria. Sunshine is already on the agenda for Tuesday. Up to 18 degrees are expected.
ben assembly there are some scattered clouds in the northern foothills of the Alps. Otherwise, the wind is usually weak. Early temperatures rise to 8 degrees. Temperatures range from 9 to 16 degrees during the day.
An extremely mild south-westerly current is attracting Tuesday all of Austria. In addition, there is mostly sunny weather in the lowlands, river basins and valleys in the east of the country. Occasionally there may still be fog showers. The wind blows moderately on the eastern edge of the Alps and on the northern edge of the Alps. Daily maximum temperatures vary depending on fog density, sunshine duration and foehn. With a maximum of 18 degrees it will be the hottest day of the week.
Fog and high fog predominate Wednesday morning. During the day the fog fields clear only slowly, especially in the east it often remains foggy and cloudy. In the west, on the other hand, the cloud fields are loosening up a bit and the sun reigned. It is in the morning between minus 1 and plus 8 degrees. By midday, up to 16 degrees can be reached.
Of the Thursday starts with dense clouds. Already with rain in the west and north. Rain showers may also occur in the east and south during the day. The snow line drops to 1500 to 2000 meters above sea level. In the morning, a maximum of 7 degrees is reached. The daily maximum temperatures are between 9 and 13 degrees.
Sunny and especially mild weather is waiting for us Freitag, just in time for the weekend. Only in the east do scattered cloud fields pass. Sometimes it even rains a little. Yet there is little wind. By midday, 9 to 14 degrees can be reached in Austria.
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