Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
°C Night/Day -2 / -1 -4 / 3 -2 / 3 -2 / 2 -7 / -2
chance of precipitation
60 / 70 0 / 0 90 / 70 50 / 90 40 / 10
sunshine hours 0 5 0 1 4
zero degree level 1300m 2000m 1700m 1400m 700m

The heavy north-westerly current over the Alps will be affected by a temporary high-pressure influence on Friday. The day will bring us temporarily dry conditions with longer sunny intervals in the daytime. Already on Friday night, however, a cold front will follow with continuously heavy winds which will veer to the north. Saturday will be heavily cloudy and prone to precipitation. The snow line will be located around 1300m above sea level. On Sunday, a further cold front will hit us throughout the day. Residual gaps in the clouds will close in the morning and precipitation will set in again at midday. The precipitation will gain intensity towards the evening. At the same time, the snow line will establish itself in the low areas of the valleys. Residual snow showers will abate on Monday morning, residual clouds will be replaced by the sunny conditions. On Tuesday, denser, low stratus-like cloud banks will cover the valleys and result in weak snow showers until the evening.