February weather forecast

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Weather in February

February is cold and snowy in Austria, with hardly 4 hours of daily sunshine. The Tyrol region in the west receives 50.8mm (2") to 101.6mm (4") of precipitation and 508mm (20") to 762mm (30") of snow. Salzburg receives 238.8mm (9.4"), and Saint Wolfgang accumulates 226.1mm (8.9"), while Schmittenhohe registers heavy snowfall of 904.2mm (35.6").
The average temperatures in Admont are in the freezing range of -6.1°C (21°F) to 3.3°C (37.9°F), while Villach is slightly warm between -4.4°C (24.1°F) and 5.6°C (42.1°F). Sonnblick Mountain registers frigid temperatures in the zone of -14.4°C (6.1°F) to -10°C (14°F). The Danube Valley is severely cold and remains misty much of the time. Cold air masses from Russia push the temperatures below -20°C (-4°F).
The relative humidity remains low between 55% and 60%. Innsbruck is cold and dry, with predominantly southern winds that average 6.6km/h (4.1mph). The daylight rises swiftly to register 11 hours as the latest sunset occurs at 5.45 p.m. in Linz. February is the best month of the winter for skiing in Austria.


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