High-pressure influence will still prevail on Friday, and despite some high-level cirrus clouds, the sun will frequently shine. Additionally, it will be quite warm in the afternoon with temperatures reminiscent of late summer. On Saturday, the high-pressure influence will temporarily weaken, and an Atlantic front will marginally affect our area. As a result, the clouds will often become denser especially in the morning, and there may even be isolated rain showers, particularly to the north. Towards Sunday, the high-pressure influence will increase once again, and the very sunny and noticeably warm weather for the season will continue until Monday. On Tuesday, another bad weather front will approach from the west, bringing increasing clouds and scattered rain showers. It will also become cooler with this change. However, a long-term weather change is not expected.