Until Thursday, we will remain in front of an Atlantic low in a slightly foehny-mild south-westerly current, with which spring-like mild and rather dry air masses will be directed to the Alps. On Thursday, however, minor high cloud banks will become denser, consequently the sun will weaken. The Atlantic low will approach Middle Europe from Friday onwards, consequently very changeable and unsteady weather conditions will approach. On Friday, first showers will set in from the late afternoon onwards. The snow line will sink slightly below 2000m above sea level. At the weekend, snow will repeatedly reach near 1200m above sea level. Repeatedly sunny conditions will arise on Saturday, on Sunday sunny conditions are hardly expected. The current will turn to north-west at the beginning of next week and late winter will reach the valleys. This will strongly and bitterly affect the temperatures once again. The scenery will be covered by fresh white snow.