Yes, fingers crossed! We are in the same boat and are supposed to leave next week for Italy as well.
We've gone once or twice before this time of year to South Tyrol. Garda was warm/hot and sunny, Bolzano was perfect, and the Corvara area was a little chilly on the ground but up in the mountains the weather ranged from chilly and sunny to drizzle to flurries. Pack for everything.
We loved Hotel Angelo Enger in Ortisei. It is a 1.5 minute walk to the pedestrian zone and has a lovely indoor/outdoor pool and sauna and nice breakfast and bar area. Take the cable car up to Seceda, an easy hike around, then have a meal in one of the cozy huts. Also the Sass Pordoi cable car up to the Piz Boe area is fascinating - like being on the moon! The tourist office in Ortisei was helpful.
The Tre Cime hike was beautiful, long, and crowded. Get there early for parking.
Bolzano is a nice small city. If you want any sort of decent shopping or restaurant scene then it's ideal. Park at Central Parking on via Laurin/Piazza della Stazione in order to be close to downtown without the stress of being too close to the ZTL. We've stayed at Parkhotel Laurin and Hotel Greif which were both nice although different vibes. Breakfast or lunch in the main square is cute. Fishbanke might be one of my favorite wine bars ever. If you like wine, bruschetta, and a funky atmosphere then it's a must. Castle Roncolo is a short uphill walk with a snack bar to have a meat/cheese plate in the courtyard under the trees. A short drive away is another uphill walk from Schloss Korb to Schloss Boymont which has a larger eating area in the midst of the castle ruins.
For Garda, we had lunch in Riva but stayed two nights in Limone. Limone was car free but our little b&b picked us up in a golf cart. We stopped in Sirmione for a bit and it was unique but also very crowded. Parking was a nightmare.
Let's hope we get to go!