Lifts in Operation
A persistently lively and very cool westerly current will remain weather-determining. Heavy clouds accompanied by scattered rain showers will repeatedly cross our area. The snow line will range between 1300 and 1900m above sea level. Bigger, partly sunny gaps in the clouds are intermediately expected and they will result in longer intervals of dry conditions. This changeable weather cycle will temporarily cease during Thursday and continue into Friday. Significantly improved conditions are still no issue. The next cold front will cross our area on Friday night. A short period of foehny conditions is expected before that. Sunny conditions are expected again on Saturday. A further cold front will hit us on Sunday. The temperature level will remain too low for the season.