The general weather situation is still set in concrete. The high-pressure influence over West Europe will continue to determine the weather in our area. Currently, a high with its core has been moving over the Alps and it will result in perfect sunshine and clear skies tomorrow on Wednesday. A new high at the British Isles will establish itself from Thursday onwards. We will be located at its eastern edge in a heavily increasing northwesterly current which will also be affected by a low over Northeast Europe until Saturday. A cold front on Thursday will not only result in a decrease in temperature but also sporadic snow showers. A heavy northerly foehn wind may approach, but this is still uncertain. After a decreasing northerly current on Friday, the northerly current will probably increase again on Friday. Further snow showers may fall. From Sunday onwards, the high will increasingly affect our area from the west and result in a period of fine weather.