A very mixed Atlantic current will determine the weather throughout this week. The wind will repeatedly veer from northwest to southwest and revers. Thus, the temperatures and the snow line will strongly fluctuate. The cold northwesterly accumulations expected at the beginning of the week will be replaced by a warm front after a short weather improvement from midday onwards. Subsquently, precipitation will strongly increase, and the snow line will rise above 1500m above sea level until Wednesday morning. The wind will temporarily blow from southwest on Wednesday, consequently the conditions will become foehny. The clouds will break up for some hours, the sun will shine. Nevertheless, the next cold front will hit us on Wednesday night, and in doing so the snow line will sink as far down as the valleys. Winter will return. A temporary high, expected on Friday, will only slightly affect the prevailing conditions, as the temperatures will remain low and new snow showers will fall toward the weekend.