We are further on located at the southern edge of a large high-pressure zone, which is extending from the Atlantic across Middle Europe to East Europe. In the Alps the air mass is still partially more humid and unstable. Rather nice and mostly friendly conditions are to be expected on Friday. The cumulus clouds, which will increase significantly in the afternoon, will remain harmless. The risk for showers and thunderstorms will remain lower than during the days before. Rain showers are more frequently expected at the weekend, also scattered thunderstorms can interfere with the weather. Longer sunny periods are expected and the temperatures will at least slightly decrease. This slightly changeable weather will also stay with us during the new week. During outdoor activities you should be flexible and adapt yourself to the changeable conditions.
|Greitspitz 2,872 m||4 °C||1 km/h||Open|
|Idalp 2,320 m||5 °C||7 km/h||Open|
|Ischgl 1,400 m||11 °C||-||Open|
|Palinkopf 2,864 m||2 °C||13 km/h||Open|
|Nachtweide 2,089 m||6 °C||-|
|Samnaun Dorf 1,840 m||1 °C||2 km/h|
|Piz Val Gronda 2,812 m||0 °C||11 km/h||Open|
|Alp Trida 2,250 m||5 °C||0 km/h|
|Pardatschgrat 2,624 m||5 °C||-||Open|
* With the measured wind speeds bargain on a 10-minute average. Gusts which may reach higher wind speeds will go under this time. Wind gusts may be 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 times over the 10-minute average.