Between a high at the British Isles and a low over Northeast Europe, the Alps are affected by a brisk, northerly current until the weekend, with the current humid-cold air masses will be pushed towards the north side of the Alps. Significant amounts of fresh snow are not expected. After the passage of a cold front, we will be affected by the high cold air on Friday. Due to the northerly foehny effects, sunny spells will temporarily occur. On Saturday, slightly milder, but more humid air will interfere with the prevailing northerly current. With heavy clouds, weak snowfalls may temporarily occur. Towards Sunday, longer sunny spells are expected again, the high-pressure influence will increase again from the west. This weather improvement will continue from the west at the beginning of next week. At the same time, the conditions will continue to become milder.