Summer Winter
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5 Day Weather Forecast Print

St. Anton Logo Wetter Service

°C Night / Day6°C / 11°C5°C / 14°C6°C / 18°C7°C / 20°C8°C / 18°C
°F Night / Day43°F / 52°F41°F / 57°F43°F / 64°F45°F / 68°F46°F / 64°F
Rainfall risk
70% / 50%20% / 30%40% / 30%10% / 30%20% / 50%
Hours of sunshine14455
Below-zero border2500 m2600 m3700 m3600 m3500 m
While a high-altitude low-pressure-system will move away to South Italy, the next one will soon approach our regions from Germany. The influence of this low-pressure will remain rather small, consequently dispersed clouds and sunny spells are occasionally forecast for Tuesday. The temperatures, however, will remain too low. On Wednesday, the high-altitude wind will increasingly move south-eastward, whereby the clouds will begin to disperse and the temperatures will increase in the course of the day. An easterly to south-easterly current will determine the weather throughout the upcoming days. Unfortunately, a high-pressure area, located over the Baltic countries and the British Isles, will just slightly interfere with the weather over our regions, as it is too far away from our regions. Still, there will be good chances for longer sunny spells.