An Atlantic high accompanied by a ridge will head towards the Alps throughout this week. Although the centre of the high will remain in the west of us, it will be strong enough to further dry off the air in our region. Residual clouds from Tuesday will disperse until Wednesday, mostly bright sunshine and clear skies are expected from midweek on. The late wintry coldness will be replaced by milder spring air from day to day. The frost line will rise above 3000m throughout the second half of the week. Slightly decreasing temperatures are expected again next week, whereby high-pressure influence will continue to prevail.