The upper low over Middle Europe will move on eastwards. Consequently, the air layers will become slightly more stable again. Absolutely stable conditions, however, are not expected in the near future, as we will remain at the southern edge of the very steady high-pressure zone over Northern Europe. The differences of air pressure will be low and therefore circadian and geographical effects will highly effect the weather. Longer sunny periods are expected especially in the morning and around midday and rather friendly conditions are mostly expected throughout the upcoming days. The heavy solar irradiance will partially result in the formation of cumulus clouds and scattered rain showers or thunderstorms may occur throughout the day. They will most likely occur over the mountains. Mostly dry conditions are expected in many regions over our area. The temperatures will be seasonal.