Low-pressure systems over Western Europe and the western Mediterranean region will determine our weather throughout this week. These will result in a mainly southerly inflow, along with mild föhn conditions. On Tuesday, with strong but potentially clearing clouds north of the Alpine ridge, light precipitation could extend from the south onto the northern side of the Alps. The snow line will be around 1600 meters above sea level. Along the Alpine ridge itself, there may be more intense precipitation. The southerly flow will weaken by Wednesday. Clouds will still dominate the sky, and the sun will struggle to break through. However, precipitation is barely expected anymore. Thursday should see a significant improvement before weather conditions will become more changeable again from the south on Friday. Over the weekend, strong southerly winds may establish themselves in the mountains, whereby significant precipitation is expected in areas affected by southerly barrier effects at the main Alpine ridge. The general temperature level is expected to remain mostly unchanged.