South Tyrol is known for its 300 days of sunshine a year – however, that doesn’t mean it never rains here. And that’s a good thing, because everyone – nature included – needs a bit of rain now and then. The sunshine is beautiful, the rain is refreshing, and the wind gives us wings to feel free. After all, there’s no such thing as “bad” weather. However, being prepared whatever the weather is aways a wise move. You can find the weather forecast below.
Cloudy skies with light precipitation, starting in the East. North foehn in many valleys.
A depression will determine the weather in the Alps.
Northeasterly upper level flow will bring North foehn in South Tyrol.
Cloudy skies with some showers. Snow line between 1400 m in the North and 1700 m in the South. North foehn.
On Thursday, sun and clouds with possibility of local rain showers in the afternoon. Partly sunny weather is expected on Friday with a increase in the probability of afternoon showers. On Saturday changeable conditions with some isolated showers in the afternoon. Partly sunny weather with light showers are expected on Sunday.