Sarntal Alps, Western Pfunderer Mountains, Eastern Pfunderer Mountains, Durreck Range, Western Rieserferner Mountains, Val Müstair Alps, Western Deferegger Alps, Langtaufers, Southern Zillertal Alps and High Tauern, Eastern Nonsberger Alps, Northern Dolomites of Fiemme
Gliding snow above 2600m, E-SE-S-SW-W
Wind-drifted snow above 2200m, N-NE-E-W-NW
Fresh wind slabs at high altitudes and in high Alpine regions. Gliding avalanches especially on steep grassy slopes.
The fresh wind slabs must be evaluated with care and prudence above approximately 2200 m. At high altitudes and in high Alpine regions avalanche prone locations are more prevalent. Caution is to be exercised in particular at transitions from a shallow to a deep snowpack. On steep grassy slopes more gliding avalanches are possible, especially in the regions with a lot of snow. Caution is to be exercised in areas with glide cracks.
dp 2: gliding snow
dp 6: cold, loose snow and wind
As a consequence of a strong to storm force southerly wind, mostly small wind slabs formed in the vicinity of peaks. Faceted weak layers exist deep in the old snowpack above approximately 2800 m. The old snowpack will be moist at low and intermediate altitudes.
The snow sport conditions outside marked and open pistes are generally favourable.