Latest snow forecast
Updated: 3.30pm Friday 10 March 2017
After a very unsettled week, the weather in the Alps is now starting to settle down.
Over the next few days there will be some areas of cloud, and even the odd shower, but most places will stay dry and there will be plenty of sunshine on offer. It will also be relatively mild – even feeling quite warm in any sunshine, especially on south-facing slopes.
The next significant snow is unlikely to be until the back end of next week, at the earliest…
Saturday will be dry and mostly sunny though some clouds are likely in the north and east later. Freezing levels will reach 2000m or more in the west (e.g. St Anton), but will be closer to 1400m in the east (e.g. Obertauern).
Sunday and Monday will remain mostly dry with variable cloud, sunny spells with little change in temperature.
Saturday will be mostly sunny, though there may be more in the way of cloud later on. It will be mild with freezing levels around or a little above 2500m.
Sunday and Monday will remain mostly dry with variable cloud and just the outside chance of a shower. Freezing levels will remain close to 2500m.
Saturday will be mostly dry with plenty of sunshine and freezing levels between 2000m and 2500m.
Sunday and Monday will also be mostly dry but with variable cloud and just the outside chance of a shower. Freezing levels will be a fraction lower than on Saturday.
Saturday will be dry and mostly sunny with freezing levels between 2000m and 2600m, though it may be cloudier in the west late in the day.
Sunday and Monday will remain mostly fine with variable cloud, sunny spells and just the chance of the odd shower here and there, mostly in the south. Freezing levels will be close to or a little above 2000m.
The weather in the Alps will remain mostly dry on Tuesday and Wednesday, with variable cloud but also some good sunny spells. It will also be quite mild, with freezing levels typically between 1700m and 2500m (east to west).
Next detailed snow forecast will be on Tuesday 14 March 2017, but see Today in the Alps for daily updates