The recently weather-determining high-pressure area will move on to southwest Europe at the beginning of next week. However, the influence of high-pressure will only briefly decrease, as the next high will build up from the west. Before it will take command of the weather on Tuesday and on Wednesday and result in perfectly fine conditions, the extensions of a cold front, which will pass by east of us, may affect our area on Monday. It will result in a more strongly increasing northerly wind in the mountains and a significant decrease in temperature. At the same time, large, partly low stratus cloud banks will reach us. They will only partially shadow the sun, it will remain frequently sunny especially in the high mountains. Tuesday and Wednesday will be mostly sunny and milder conditions are expected again. On Thursday, the high will weaken again, a stronger cold front will approach again from the north, consequently sporadic snow showers may occur.