The sun declares war on the fog and ensures t-shirt weather in many parts of the country. But spring cannot break through everywhere.
Also in the new week, high “Ilonka” ensures sunny and mild spring weather, from Tuesday the persistence of fog also decreases in the eastern flatlands and during the day the sun usually shines widely. It will be unusually warm for this time of the year, according to the weather experts at UBIMET. Your forecast in detail:
Up to 20 degrees
Of the Monday has again to offer a lot of sunshine in the mountains. In the flat and hill country, however, fog and high fog are tough, especially in the Waldviertel it can also drizzle a little. Only in the afternoon do the chances of sunny clearing from the Alps increase.
In the northern Alps it remains slightly foehn, in the eastern flatlands a moderate south-east wind and south of Graz south-west wind. Depending on the fog and sun, 6 to 20 degrees.
East is warming up
Am Tuesday The last fog fields in the eastern lowlands and in the Upper Austrian Danube region clear in the morning and the sun shines widely. At most you can see a few thin veil clouds or it is a little hazy.
The wind turns to the west and blows moderately in the Danube region. With 11 to 20 degrees it is spring-like mild in the east too.
Much too warm
Also the Wednesday presents itself from its spring-like side. Local fog fields in the valleys and basins clear in the morning, usually the sun shines away from the morning and at most thin veil clouds appear in the sky.
In the eastern flatlands it is not quite as warm as the day before, in the mountains and in the south-east, on the other hand, the temperatures are still rising a little. In any case, with 12 to 21 degrees it remains unusually mild for the season.
In addition, another weather phenomenon could haunt Austria this week: Current weather forecasts for the weekend announce large plumes of Saharan dust for Europe – “Today” reported.
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