Alps forecast: 29 March

28th March 2011, by Fraser Wilkin

Forecast for noon on Thursday 31 March  [(c) Meteoblue - with permission]

Forecast for noon on Thursday 31 March [(c) Meteoblue - with permission]


A relatively mild week is forecast, with a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers, but no significant snow in prospect.

Forecast from 29 March


Most Austrian resorts should stay dry this week with plenty of sunshine. However, some cloud will bubble up at times with just a small risk of a shower (snow above 1800m) in the north and west.


Most resorts will see some sunshine on Tuesday and Wednesday, but cloud will bubble up each day with a risk of showers (snow above 1800m) and even the odd rumble of thunder. Widespread snow is not expected, but 5-15cm is possible in some favoured spots above 2000m. Any showers should die out on Thursday, with predominantly sunny weather expected as we approach the weekend.


Most regions will stay dry this week with plenty of sunshine, but a few showers (snow above 1800m) are possible on Tuesday and Wednesday, especially across the western Alps. Predominantly sunny weather should return on Thursday and Friday.


Tuesday and Wednesday will see a mixture of sunny spells, scattered showers and a little snow in places above 1800m. These should die away later in the week with increasing amounts of sunshine.


High pressure will reassert itself later next week and over the weekend, with lots of warm spring sunshine expected.

Forecasts in association with ski travel agency Ski Solutions

Main picture: shows the forecast precipitation for Thursday 31 March 2011 at approx midday.

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