Garda is situated in a relatively sheltered position in a bay to the south-east of Lake Garda. The arm of Punta San Vigilio provides some protection to the north while the rocky outcrop of the Rocca di Garda stands sentry over the resort to the south. The southern end of the lake does not tend to be as affected by the strong lake winds in morning and afternoon as the lake resorts in the north.
Please note that the figures to the right are monthly averages and that weather can obviously be hotter (or colder) in any given period or day. Our more immediate weather forecast below should give a more accurate picture of forthcoming conditions.
Three Day Weather for Garda
Areas of low pressure keep passing over Central Europe. Between these lows, there is only little space for ridges of high pressure. Thanks to just such a ridge of high pressure, our weather will temporarily calm down on Wednesday. The morning will be cloudy, but by midday, the sky will brighten up.
From tomorrow, troughs of low pressure will extend to our region from the Atlantic. They will bring occasional, thick bands of clouds, showers and rising temperatures. Significant snowfall is expected on Friday or Saturday.
Last update : 13.12.2017
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