The wind will veer to the north and noticeably cooler air will be directed to our area at the weekend. The zero-degree zone/snow line will sink and even weak snowfalls may occur in the higher regions. Changeable conditions will prevail in the valleys. At the beginning of next week, we will be located at the southern edge of a massive low-pressure complex in a westerly air stream, which will turn into a southwesterly weather situation throughout the week. What does this mean? After a chilly start into the week the temperatures will gradually significantly increase at all altitudes. In all probability summer will return with summer warmth at the meteorological beginning of summer (1 of June).