Yesterday, September 21st, at 1 p.m. in Bad Ischl: 25.3 degrees, St. Wolfgang: 26.4 degrees, Linz: 25 degrees. Foehn wind was responsible for the still summery temperatures, which was particularly noticeable in the Salzkammergut and the Pyhrn-Priel region. But on Friday night, a brisk westerly wind pushed rain clouds over Upper Austria. During the day, showers spread across the country, with daily highs only reaching 17 to 21 degrees, says meteorologist Christian Ortner from Geosphere Austria. Saturday will also be dominated by a low. “There won’t be much rain,” says Ortner. It should stay dry in the Mühlviertel. The wind blows from the northwest.
The forecast sounds like the certain end of this Indian summer, but that is not the case. A high extends on Sunday and sunshine returns by the afternoon. When the clouds clear up, up to 20 degrees are possible. On Monday, the influence of this mild southeasterly current will continue to expand and the thermometer can climb up to 25 degrees again. “September has really flexed its muscles so far,” says Ortner. This year’s ninth month is expected to be one of the warmest in the history of measurements.
- The exact forecast for your region: nachrichten.at/wetter
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