The Alps are at the eastern fringe of a strong high-pressure area with the centre over the North Atlantic south of Iceland in a northerly current. This will head cold polar air towards our area, which will still be humid. Towards Tuesday, the precipitation will abate and the residual low stratus will clear up, however, low stratus will remain an issue. At the same time, the peak of the inflow of cold air will be exceeded. With increasing high-pressure influence, a clear Tuesday night and severe morning frost is expected. Wednesday will bring bright sunshine, clear skies and slowly increasing temperatures. As the high-pressure influence and the dry air masses will stay with us, further frost nights are to be expected. Then, the air will increasingly warm up. Scattered clouds may interfere with the weather on Friday and the weekend promises significantly milder temperatures.