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The cold front brings thunderstorms, heavy rain and even snow :: wetter.at

The cold front brings thunderstorms, heavy rain and even snow :: wetter.at

Summer temperatures are over for now. With a cold front, the weather changes significantly at the beginning of the week. Heavy clouds are expected to arrive from the west on Monday, with more and more rain, sometimes heavy.

On Monday, isolated thunderstorms are possible, especially from Salzburg towards the east. The weather will remain largely dry and sometimes sunny until the evening, especially in Lower Carinthia and South Styria. The winds are westerly, moderate to brisk, at speed across the front, and in the vicinity of the thunderstorm, the winds are sometimes strong, westerly. Early temperatures typically range from 8 to 16 degrees, and daily maximum temperatures from west to southeast are 16 to 28 degrees.

Forecasts in detail

  • Vienna: The clouds become denser and the sun shines only from time to time. By the afternoon, a cold front will also hit Vienna with thick clouds, rain and sometimes heavy rain. Even individual thunderstorm cells are possible after that. The winds tend to the west, and are moderate to brisk at times. Early temperatures are around 14 degrees, and daily highs are around 21 degrees.
  • Lower Austria: With a cold front, dense clouds gather and more and more heavy rain spreads, beginning to the west and in the afternoon also over the rest of the country. In some places it could be thundery. The sun appears only occasionally, in the east probably until mid-morning, and in the west perhaps shortly after the evening. The winds tend to the west, and are moderate to active at times. Strong gusts are possible in connection with thunderstorm cells. Early temperatures are 10 to 16 degrees, daily maximum temperatures are around 16 to 23 degrees.
  • Burgenland: In the first half of the day, the sun often shines, especially over the center of the country and in the south, but in general the clouds are already increasing. After that, the clouds become denser, the sky becomes darker, and rain and sometimes downpours begin to spread widely. There is also an increasing tendency for thunderstorms from the afternoon onwards, especially in the south! When the cold front arrives, winds can blow from west to northwest, sometimes fast. Strong gusts can be expected before the thunderstorms. Early temperatures are usually 12 to 16 degrees, and maximum daytime temperatures from north to south are about 19 to 27 degrees.
  • Styria: On Monday a cold front will arrive in Styria from the northwest, and in the lead-up, the first thunderstorms and sometimes heavy rain showers may fall in Upper Styria from midday onwards. As the winds shifted to the northwest, sustained cooling had already begun there. The daily maximum temperature in the north of the country barely reaches 20 degrees, while values ​​of around 27 degrees can still be expected in the southern parts of the country with longer sunny periods until the afternoon.
  • Carinthia: Monday will be partly sunny and relatively warm before a cold front approaches from the northwest. However, from the west, clouds quickly increase throughout the day and from the afternoon until the evening the risk of thunderstorms increases, especially from the Hohe Tauern to Nockberg. It stays sunny longer in Lower Carinthia with noticeably fresh southwesterly winds. High from west to east 22 to 26 degrees.
  • Upper Austria: In the morning, the sun will rise a little as the clouds thicken, and the first rain showers will appear in the Innviertel and Upper Mühlviertel. In the afternoon, showers will spread across the country, and thunderstorms are also likely on the fringes of the Alps and in the southern mountains. The temperature in the morning ranges from 6 to 13 degrees, and during the noon hours it reaches 14 to 20 degrees Celsius before cooling down with rain. As rain falls, active westerly winds become active, reaching speeds of 30 to 50 km/h.
  • Salzburg: In the morning, scattered clouds alternate with some sunshine, and the first rain showers are possible in the north of Flachgau. From midday onwards, heavy clouds will form, followed by rain showers. Scattered thunderstorms are possible in the afternoon, especially on the northern edge of the Alps and in the Tauern area. Morning temperatures range from 5 to 13 degrees, and by midday they reach 16 to 20 degrees Celsius, before cooling with rain. On the slopes of the Alps, the speed of westerly winds reaches about 40 km/h.
  • Tyrol: A cold front on Monday. In the Arlberg and in the Ausserfern, the day starts cloudy and rain can be expected by mid-morning at the latest. Otherwise, it will be sunny at first, although rain will affect large parts of North Tyrol until midday and shortly afterwards also over East Tyrol. It may temporarily rain heavily with gusty westerly winds and isolated thunderstorms possible. The weather calms down in the evening. Lowest: from 7 to 12 degrees, high: from 15 to 20 degrees, and in Linz it is higher than that.
  • Vorarlberg: A cold front on Monday. There will be more rain in the morning, which will continue into the afternoon and can be a bit heavy at times. Later, there will be longer dry spells and sunny breaks. As the activity of westerly winds increases significantly, temperatures begin to drop. Lowest: 8 to 13 degrees, high: 15 to 19 degrees.

Snow up to 800 metres

The sky remains cloudy on Tuesday and rain continues to fall. In the south, the rain intensifies and the rain is often continuous and sometimes heavy from Upper Carinthia to the industrial area. The snowfall limit drops to 900 to 1,200 metres. The wind blows actively from the west in the western half, but with heavy rains in the east it remains fairly light. Early temperatures: three to ten degrees, with daily highs reaching eight to 14 degrees.

On Wednesday, heavy clouds will dominate most parts of the country until the evening. The chances of sunshine are greater in the far east and southeast. With clouds, rain and showers should also be expected with a snow line between 800 and 1,200 metres, especially from Vorarlberg along the northern side of the Alps to Upper Austria and western Lower Austria. Rain also falls for a longer period on the northern edge of the Alps. Winds from west to north will be moderate in open areas, and will also be active at two to eight degrees in the morning. Daily maximum temperatures are six to 14 degrees.

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