A large area of low pressure is situated over Central Europe! Low pressure does not necessarily mean bad weather as each low contains areas of precipitation as well as brighter areas. For today we should be pessimistic, however! Unfortunately, our region is at the heart of the main area of precipitation and we will therefore get thick cloud and frequent precipitation.
On Friday, a ridge of high pressure will dominate our weather; it will be bright and mild. Then, a new low will follow.
Last update : 02.04.2015
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Innsbruck Ski Conditions (winter only)
Innsbruck is the capital city of the Tyrol - one of Austria's best-known and -loved areas. The city of 120,000 inhabitants is located in the Inn valley at a strategically-important junction of trade routes at an altitude of 574m. To the south, the Wipp valley rises to the border crossing with Italy, with the high mountain ranges of the Ziller and Stubai valley flanking the route. To the east and west the busy motorway and train routes provide access along the Inn river valley floor to the many popular tourist resorts. To the north lies the nature reserve of the Karwendel Alpine Park, with the Nordkette chain of mountains providing a popular backdrop to the city centre.
The controls to the left of the map above move the map or zoom in and out. The controls to the top right of the map show different views of the area.