IT-32-BZ-20, IT-32-BZ-01, IT-32-BZ-02, AT-07-10, AT-07-11, AT-07-12, AT-07-13, IT-32-BZ-06, AT-07-14, IT-32-BZ-08, IT-32-BZ-09, AT-07-19, IT-32-BZ-10, IT-32-BZ-11, IT-32-BZ-12, IT-32-BZ-13, IT-32-BZ-14, AT-07-22, AT-07-23, AT-07-24, IT-32-BZ-17, AT-07-25, IT-32-BZ-18, AT-07-26, IT-32-BZ-19, AT-07-27, AT-07-28, AT-07-29
Wet snow above 2200m, N-NE-E-SE-S-SW-W-NW
Wind-drifted snow above 2200m, N-NE-NW
Wind-drifted snow above the treeline, N-NE-E-SE-S-SW-W-NW
Wet snow above the treeline, N-NE-E-SE-S-SW-W-NW
Significant increase in avalanche danger towards the evening.
Early and late morning: Small to medium-sized wet loose snow avalanches are possible below approximately 2200 m. At elevated altitudes sometimes avalanche prone wind slabs will form. These avalanche prone locations are to be found in particular on very steep shady slopes above approximately 2200 m. At high altitudes and in high Alpine regions the likelihood of avalanches being released is greater. The number and size of avalanche prone locations will increase as the day progresses.
During the day: As a consequence of the rain, the likelihood of gliding avalanches and wet snow slides being released will increase in particular at intermediate altitudes. In addition the danger of dry slab avalanches will increase towards the evening. Especially on very steep shady slopes more frequent medium-sized and, in isolated cases, large natural dry avalanches are possible as the snowfall becomes more intense. The peak of avalanche activity will be reached during the first half of the night probably. In particular in regions neighbouring those that are subject to danger level 4 (high) avalanche prone locations are more prevalent and the danger is greater.
In addition a latent danger of gliding avalanches exists. Backcountry touring and other off-piste activities call for experience in the assessment of avalanche danger.
dp 6: cold, loose snow and wind
dp 3: rain
30 to 50 cm of snow, and even more in some localities, will fall above approximately 1800 m. The southerly wind will transport the fresh snow significantly. The fresh wind slabs are lying on soft layers in particular on northwest to north to northeast facing aspects above approximately 2200 m. The old snowpack will be stable over a wide area. At low altitude hardly any snow is lying.
A few natural avalanches are to be expected. Backcountry touring and other off-piste activities call for very extensive experience and great restraint.