High pressure will determine the weather throughout the first half of the new week, and at the same time, warm air masses will advect into the area. Consequently, mostly sunny conditions are expected beyond midweek, with only scattered morning fog or high fog patches and high cirrus clouds occasionally interfering with the sunshine. The mornings will already be quite fresh, with a touch of autumn in the air. However, as sunny conditions are expected in the daytime, temperatures will significantly rise in the valleys and in the mountains, reaching values well above the long-term average. In the high mountains, the freezing line will rise to around 4000 meters above sea level in some places. However, on Saturday, an Atlantic front is expected to interfere with the conditions, resulting in a temporary increase in the risk of rain showers. Largely in line with the current season.