The high-pressure zone over Northern and North-Western Europe is exceptionally stable. It is dividing the bad weather fronts approaching from the west. Some will move from Greenland and Iceland to Northern Scandinavia, others will move from the Azores to the Mediterranean region. Only small differences of air pressure will prevail in our area. On Tuesday, the air will be slightly dryer again and more frequent sunshine is expected. Bigger cumulus clouds will interfere with the weather throughout the day, however, the risk for rain showers will remain negligible. From midweek onwards, longer sunny periods are expected especially in the mornings and the temperatures will be seasonal. Scattered cumulus clouds will build up in the afternoons time and time again, local rain showers or even thunderstorms cannot be excluded.