The weather trend will become persistently late winter-like throughout the upcoming days. This process will be introduced by a cold front on Friday. The associated low will move from the British Isles to Middle Europe and move on further to East Europe during the weekend. In doing so, the current over the Alps will increasingly veer to the north and to north-east throughout next week. The weekend weather will be heavily cloudy, with scattered sunny gaps from time to time and further precipitation especially towards the northern edge of the Alps. The snow line will increasingly establish below 1500m above sea level, it will decrease significantly below 1000m above sea level throughout next week. At the same time, the air will become dryer, however, low stratus-like cloudiness will repeatedly affect the conditions. Sunny spells are temporarily expected too, especially in the higher mountains towards the main Alpine ridge.