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Will the weather change now bring heavy rain?  – 5 minutes

Will the weather change now bring heavy rain? – 5 minutes

Published on 25 December 2023 at 11:54 / © Rosie Orach

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Will South Carinthia (here Rosenthal last winter) be noticeably whiter again at the start of the new year?

Will South Carinthia (here Rosenthal last winter) be noticeably whiter again at the start of the new year?

The weather will change again in the coming days. While it is still well above zero now, we can expect greater amounts of fresh snow from the south as the new year begins.

from Philip Plattner

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After the weather has been sometimes cold and sometimes warm in the past few days – today, for example, the night temperature reached 16 degrees – the weather is likely to change again in the coming days – but this time slowly, like this. “Geographical area of ​​Austria” mentioned. “It starts with increasingly dense fields of fog or high fog, which could persist particularly on Thursday and Saturday in eastern Austria and in the Inner Alps,” the Facebook post said.

Some fresh snow at the turn of the year?

But on New Year's Eve the time has come. An Italian depression is likely to form over the Gulf of Genoa, which could eventually bring greater amounts of rain again on New Year's Day, especially in southern and eastern Austria. Traditionally Carinthia is strongly affected by this. At the same time, temperatures are likely to drop and with them the snowfall line. “Current weather models indicate some new snow in this region at the turn of the year,” says GeoSphere Austria.

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Development is still very uncertain

But: evolution is still very uncertain. Meteorologists conclude that Italian depressions always have a rather small spatial scale, which is why there can be problems in accurately predicting weather developments.