We will be located at the fringe of a high-pressure zone throughout the first half of the week, with which further air masses filled with lots of clouds will move to the north side of the Alps. They will result in a continuously changeable weather cycle, with which longer sunny intervals are expected time and time again. Precipitation will remain exceptional apart from the northern edge of the Alps. After midweek, an Atlantic low will prevail, which will gradually spread towards our area. In the course of this, a warm front will brush against our area north of us on Thursday, a cold front with small amounts of precipitation will follow on Thursday night. On Friday, sunny conditions will prevail behind the front and a longer period of late winter-like cold temperatures will set in again.