Palm trees and Alpine pastures – here you can find the “South” of South Tyrol and the mountains of Tyrol. Here’s what’s so special about the climate in South Tyrol: Alpine freshness in the mountains and a Mediterranean climate down in the valley. Did you know that the weather in Lagundo in March is similar to that of Côte d’Azur? And that temperatures in April are similar to those in Naples and Mallorca? That’s why we’re on the sunny side.
South-easterly upper level flow will bring humid air masses towards South Tyrol.
Cloudy sky with some showers. Snowline at 2000 m.
Clouds will reduce the visibility with light snowfall.
Temp. at 4.000m: -10°, Temp. at 3.000m: -3°, Temp. at 2.000m: 2°
Wet air masses will determine the weather conditions in the Alps.
Throughout the territory there will be intense cloudiness with widespread rainfall. Towards evening and during the following night the rainfall will be exhausted.
In the mountains, clouds will often hinder visibility with widespread rain and snow. Snow limit around 2000 m.
Temp. at 4.000m: -9°, Temp. at 3.000m: -3°, Temp. at 2.000m: 2°