Changeable and wintry cold weather patterns can persist during the first half of the week. In the second half of the week, conditions will become sustainably milder. From Tuesday to Wednesday, the frontal system of a low-pressure system from France will brush against our area. With strong, partly only slight gaps in the clouds, especially on Tuesday, some showers are expected in the northwesterly barrier effects of the mountains. On Wednesday, these showers will become less frequent. The temperatures will drop again, and a significant improvement is expected on Thursday. The day will start initially very frosty, with sunshine dominating the weather during the day. On Friday, strong southerly foehn winds will develop in the mountains. Clouds will indicate a temperature increase at all heights. On Saturday, the wind will shift to the north, and a low-pressure system over Northern Italy will bring precipitation from the south. The snowline will be around 1200m above sea level. Sunday already promises a weather improvement and an increase in temperatures again.