Weather in Graz, Austria∙ View on Radar
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The weather in Graz on Tuesday, August 3rd, will be drizzling for most of the day, with cloud overcast in the early morning.
There is also a chance for light rain in the afternoon around 4 pm, and also many clouds during the morning around 8 am.
Weather information for Graz, on Tuesday, August 3rd:
The highest temperature of the the day will be 69°F at about 2 pm. The day will be extremely humid, with average humidity of 73%, ranging from 54% to a maximum value of 97% at about 11 pm. The wind will be light, and will get up to 7 mph at 2 pm, blowing from the south-east. The cloud coverage will be up to 100%.
The chances of precipitation throughout the day will change between 0% and 45%. The highest chance for precipitation will be around 6 pm and the lowest probability around 6 am. The dew point will range from 47°F up to a maximum value of 59°F around 8 pm.
The visibility is expected to be good with average visibility of 10 mi throughout the day. Atmospheric pressure will be normal with average pressure of 1016 hPa. Sunrise will be at 5:35 am, and sunset at 8:30 pm. The day will have 14 hours and 55 minutes of daylight.
Air quality forecast for Graz, on Tuesday, August 3rd:
On average, the air quality on this day will be good, meaning that air quality is satisfactory, and air pollution poses little or no risk. According to our index, ranging from 0 to 500, the air quality is going to be between values of 26 and 45.
Pollen forecast for Graz, on Tuesday, August 3rd:
The overall pollen forecast for this day shows no significant pollen. Tree pollen on this day is expected to have no risk. There's no risk of weed pollen, and as for grass pollen, this day is expected to have very low risk.
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