After a brief period of high-pressure influence, we will again come under low-pressure influence on Friday, or rather, the next southerly flow will establish itself over the Alps towards the weekend. Friday will be mostly cloudy, with occasional precipitation throughout the day. The snow line is between 1400m and 1700m above sea level. On Saturday, the sun will frequently appear again north of the Alpine main ridge with increasing south foehn winds. Clouds will pile up on the mountains from the south at the main Alpine ridge. On Sunday, there will be little change in the weather character and distribution. The south foehn wind north of the main Alpine ridge will become stormy, and some precipitation will set in at the main Alpine ridge. The snow line will be at 1300m above sea level. At the beginning of the week, the foehn wind will diminish, but the low-pressure influence will also weaken. Therefore, there will be no significant weather change. The weather will slowly improve, with clouds gradually breaking up during the day. Tuesday will start with sunshine, but clouds will increasingly gather as the day progresses, accompanied by a slight further cooling.