The general weather situation over the Atlantic and Europe is drawing a completely opposed picture than usually. There is a high instead of a low over Iceland and Greenland. At its eastern edge it will direct polar cold air to Scandinavia and from there further southwards. Simultaneously, this will heat up the low-pressure activity over the Mediterranean region. Nevertheless, this influence will slowly decrease, a weak cold front will approach throughout Saturday and the polar air will persistently set in. A few centimeters of fresh snow are expected especially on Saturday night. On Sunday, the weather will calm down, residual unsettled conditions will make way for sunny conditions. Permanent frost is probably expected on Monday and on Tuesday. Freezing cold temperatures are expected in the clear nights. The air will be dry, further snowfall is indicated towards midweek.