Lifts in Operation
Behind a cold front, cold air of polar origin will set in over our area for some days. With a lively, northwesterly current denser clouds and scattered snow showers will reach the Alps time and time again. Apart from the areas affected by northwesterly barrier effects, larger amounts of fresh snow are not expected. In the areas affected by northwesterly barrier effects north of the Inn repeated slight snowfall is expected, however, larger amounts of fresh snow are no issue. Generally, bigger gaps in the clouds with some sunshine will occur time and time again. Most of the sunshine is expected in the inneralpine regions towards the main Alpine divide. From next midweek onwards, significantly milder Atlantic air will temporarily interfere with the weather. It will provide for significantly more humid air, consequently heavier precipitation may approach. The snow line will rise above 1500m above sea level.