300 sunny days and the Val Venosta wind

Gentle climate and little precipitation

Due to its insularity in the Alps, the Val Venosta is considered one of the most self-contained landscape regarding the climate. It has thus developed an independent type of climate, which is characterized by, among other things, long periods of sunshine, high average annual temperatures and strong down winds (the Vinschger Wind).

General weather situation

Dull, sleet
Rainy weatherfrom  to 
Clouds will predominate and precipitation will spread during the day, becoming heavier in the evening and during the night. The snow line will lie between 1500 m in the north and over 2000 m in the south, dropping to 500-1000 m in the evening and at night with the arrival of colder air and the higher intensity of precipitation.
The Alpine region will lie under a marked air mass boundary between cold, polar air in the north and mild Mediterranean air in the south. In addition, an Italian low will move in during the course of the day.
Development
Very sunny Sunday
Saturday will begin cloudy with widespread precipitation.Snow line between 500-1000 m. As the day progresses, north foehn will slowly dry out the air in the valleys, while it is likely to continue snowing at higher altitudes into the afternoon. On Sunday, the sun will shine from a cloudless sky throughout the country. The north wind will weaken. The clouds will increase again on Monday and it will remain cold. Tuesday will bring a mixture of sun and clouds.
Outlook for the next days
02.12.2023
Dull, sleet
Day
from -2° to 
Night
from -6° to 
03.12.2023
Sunny
Day
from -4° to 
Night
from -14° to -5°
04.12.2023
Very cloudy
Day
from -2° to 
Night
from -14° to -4°
05.12.2023
Cloudy
Day
from  to 
Night
from -12° to -4°
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