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Today
Today
Current weather
The clouds will increase again on the public holiday and the sun will only rarely make an appearance. A few snowflakes are possible in the second half of the day and on Saturday night, especially in the mountains.
Temperatures
Winter temperatures with highs from 0° in Bruneck to 4° in Bozen.
Temperatures
 
min.
max.
Bozen
-4°C
4°C
Brixen
-6°C
3°C
Bruneck
-9°C
0°C
Meran
-4°C
4°C
Schlanders
-5°C
3°C
Sterzing
-9°C
1°C
Die weitere Entwicklung
On Saturday, the clouds will clear quickly and it will become increasingly sunny before it clouds up again towards the evening. A few snow showers are expected in the north in the night to Sunday. On Sunday, it will be slightly changeable in the north of South Tyrol, with light snowfall possible on the main Alpine crest in the first half of the day. Sunshine is expected to predominate in the south. Monday will often be unsettled with some snowfall in the northern parts of the province. Towards the south, it will be mostly dry and sunny at times. It will be similar on Tuesday: on the border with North Tyrol it will continue to be unsettled with some rain and snowfall, in the south it will be friendlier.
Mountains
Mountains
Mountains
Humid air masses will arrive from the west.
On the mountains, clouds will often obstruct visibility, especially on the higher peaks. In the second half of the day, it may snow lightly in many places.
Mountainweather tomorrow
Humid air masses will arrive from the west.
On the mountains, clouds will often obstruct visibility, especially on the higher peaks. In the second half of the day, it may snow lightly in many places.
Forecast
5-day-forecast
Cloudy
vrijdag
8-12-2023
min: -4°
max:
Cloudy
zaterdag
9-12-2023
min: -5°
max:
Cloudy
zondag
10-12-2023
min: -6°
max:
Cloudy
maandag
11-12-2023
min: -5°
max:
Cloudy
dinsdag
12-12-2023
min: -2°
max:
© Weather service Autonomous Province of Bozen/Bolzano
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