We will experience the full range of winter weather throughout this weekend. A snowy Saturday will be followed by a Sunday with magnificent but bitterly cold conditions. At the beginning of the new week, a shift in the wind to the southwest will lead to a moderation of frost. However, significant thawing is not expected to occur rapidly in the upcoming week. Extensive cloud cover and a slight increase in temperature is forecast for Monday. On Tuesday, weak disturbance influences will bring the possibility of slight snowfall with increased cloudiness. Simultaneously, colder air from the north will return, and on Wednesday, particularly in the northwest-facing slopes of the mountains, some snow showers are likely amidst heavier cloud cover. Towards Thursday, a slight improvement in weather conditions will begin, but temperatures will remain initially on the early-winter cold side.