The well-known but not really popular Icelandic low has left its place out on the Atlantic and is now situated over the Baltic Sea. Such a strong low so close to the Alps means quite unsettled weather for our region, too. We will see mostly heavy cloud and areas of precipitation that will occasionally pass over our region.
From Wednesday, the weather will change. The stubborn area of low pressure will shift allowing a strong high pressure area to extend to Europe.
Last update : 30.11.2015
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Westendorf Ski Conditions (winter only)
Westendorf is a popular family resort located on a slight terrace in the Brixental area to the east of the Tyrol. Situated at an altitude of just under 800m, this booming village of over 3,500 inhabitants is a popular ski and summer destination. The road along the Brixental heads east to Kitzbühel and west to Wörgl and the Inn valley. The mountains of the Hohe Salve ski area are located to the north, while Westendorf's ski area is situated to the south behind the village.
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