Weather in 2nd week of October Lucerne & Montreux

Weather in 2nd week of October Lucerne & Montreux

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Drmalathi11
Drmalathi11
1 post
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Jun 17, 2016 - 2:28 AM

Hi,

We are travelling with our 9 year old to Lucerne and Montreux.I am a little concerned about the weather (2nd week October), also planning to do Mt Titlis.

Thanks.

Brahms
Brahms
214 posts
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Jun 17, 2016 - 9:08 AM

It very difficult to say what weather it is in October. It autumn in western Europe. It can by nice, also it is possible it is cold and rainy with snow.

It is now in june and summer in Switerland, and the weather is the whole week very bad weather, whit a lot of rain.

When you are lucky, you have nice weather in October...........

greetings from the Netherland, Brahms

Arno
Arno
7722 posts
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Jun 17, 2016 - 3:19 PM

Welcome Drmalathi11!

Like Brahms said, it can be anything really. On average though, the first half of October is not bad at all. This page might be useful: myswissalps.com/ besttimetovisit.

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