The Indian summer will finally leave us. Initially, cloud fields will increasingly block out the sun on Saturday. The risk for showers will remain rather low and the temperatures will still be mostly mild. On Sunday night, a weak cold front will cross our regions and bring some showers, which will mark a period of significantly cooler weather. Although a high pressure area will spread across Scandinavia to our regions, a north-easterly current will begin to determine the weather for longer, whereby cool autumnal air masses will reach us. Precipitation is not expected anymore; therefore, high cirrostratus may be expected in the valleys.