In the coming days we can expect sunny and mild spring weather, but in the lowlands in the east it will stay longer and cooler.
The next few days are therefore extremely calm and with a foehn-like, south-westerly current, very mild air is brought in for the time of year.
In the east, however, you have to reckon with partly thick fog or high fog up to and including Monday. “From today’s perspective, a cold front from the north will only end this extremely calm weather phase towards the end of the week,” writes UBIMET meteorologist Nikolas Zimmermann.
The forecast in detail:
Tough high fog
The sun shines in the mountains when the south foehn is lively and locally strong in gusts. On the other hand, in the lowlands and in the eastern flatlands there are sometimes tough high fog. In the mountains, on the other hand, the sun shines almost clear from the morning.
From noon the fog begins to dissolve in places, but it often remains gray, especially in the Waldviertel and Weinviertel as well as on the Eastern Alps. In addition, there is a brisk southeasterly wind in the east, and it gets foehn in the northern Alps.
The temperatures rise to 5 to 18 degrees depending on the fog and sun.
Up to 19 degrees
Of the Monday begins away from the mountains with fog or high fog, otherwise the sun shines again widely. During the course of the day, the fog dissipates in many places, only in the northeast it remains cloudy again all day.
In the northern Alps it remains slightly foehn, in the eastern flatlands there is a moderate south-east wind and south of Graz south-west wind. Depending on the fog and sun, 7 to 19 degrees.
Sahara dust on its way
The foggy fields in the Danube region and in the eastern flatlands usually dissolve by morning and the sun often shines. In many places, however, the sky is slightly hazy due to Saharan dust.
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